Covid: JCVI defends vaccinating children under five – ‘potential harm.

Sajid Javid, Secretary of State for Health and Social Care and Ministers for Health in Wales and Scotland, and the JCVI acknowledged that such a move could cause “potential harms”. Link” href=”https://www.express.co.uk/latest/coronavirus”>Covid

The JCVI stated that they do not believe in universal Covid vaccinations for healthy 12- to 15-year olds.

Responding to this remark, made on September 2, 2021 by the Health Ministers, the JVCI was asked to examine the “broader societal and education impacts” of Covid vaccination for school-aged children.

The JCVI sought advice from experts from the UK to help them see the bigger picture.

These include:


  • Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health

  • Royal College of General Practice

  • Royal College of Psychiatry

  • Faculty of Public Health

  • Academy of Medical Royal Colleges represents all other Royal Colleges and Faculties

  • Association of Directors of Public Health

  • Regional Directors of Public Health

  • National health specialists

  • Data and Modelling Experts.

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The JCVI agreed that the Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency, (MHRA), is the legal body authorized to decide whether the vaccine, based upon a risk assessment, is safe and effective.

Children can be vaccinated with the Moderna or Pfizer jabs against Covid, according to the MHRA.

The JCVI maintains its belief that vaccination has a greater overall benefit than universal vaccination.

However, the JCVI supports vaccinations for children who have underlying medical conditions or those living in immunocompromised households.

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The letter said that the COVID-19 Delta version is extremely infectious and common.

Therefore, COVID-19 will be the most common form of COVID-19 in the United States. Children between 12 and 15 years old who contract Covid are unlikely to become serious ill. However, Covid vaccines have very low risks.

Myocarditis is a condition that can be caused by Covid vaccine. It is an inflammation of the heart muscle.

Covid vaccines for school-aged children are on the rise.

The letter stated that while it is less likely than not to close all schools because of lockdowns, this epidemic will be prolonged and unpredictable.

Vaccinations are one of the best ways to ensure that children do not disrupt school (in case of Covid infection surges).

It’s likely that vaccinations will reduce transmission of Covid to schools in the UK, according to Chief Medical Officers. This could prevent school closures.

This should help reduce the chance of a child contracting the disease.

The Chief Medical Officers emphasized that children can stay at school by reducing the likelihood of disrupting school.

These benefits are “sufficiently additional” for children to be vaccinated.

The letter stated that it was important for children aged 12-15 and their parents to be supported in making decisions.

“[Parents should] not feel shamed for either accepting or refusing the vaccine offer.

Publited at Mon, 13 Sep 2021 16:54:00 +0000

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