“I don’t want to rush” Children are not being immunized against COVID-19 on a wide scale anywhere in the globe, according to Health Minister Mansukh Mandaviya, despite limited efforts in several countries.
New Delhi: Union Health Minister. Mansukh Mandaviya said on Thursday that the government will not rush into providing the. COVID-19 vaccination to youngsters, adding that any decision will be based on expert advice.
“I don’t want to rush” He stated youngsters were not being immunized against. COVID-19 on a broad scale anywhere in the globe. Albeit it had been started in some countries in a limited fashion. Zydus Cadila’s Covid vaccine has been granted emergency use permission for people 12-years-old and above.
“We’re not going to rush this.” “Because this is a. Child-related issue, the expert committee is conducting more research,” he remarked at the “Times Now Summit 2021.”
All vaccinations. Authorization after a thorough. Investigation and based on four to five years’ worth of data, he said.
“We’ve learned from statistics and experience that Covid can happen even after vaccination.” However, data has emerged indicating that following immunization, one does not get severe Covid. The first dose provides 96 percent protection, while the second and third doses provide 98.5 percent protection.
“We will make a decision about vaccinations for the youngsters based on expert advice. We have decided to think and assess before vaccinating children since they are our country’s future and we must proceed with caution in this topic “According to the minister.
Therefore, Regarding the possibility of delivering a booster dosage, he stated that. Sufficient stocks are available and that the goal is to complete vaccination of the target population with two doses. Following that, Mr Mandaviya said, a decision on a booster dose will be made based on professional advice.
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