As you probably know by now, the covid vaccines for kids have been allowed and more countries all over the world begin vaccinating kids between 5 and 11 years old. This triggered massive debates considering the fact that kids were a no-risk issue a while ago.
Kids covid vaccination begins
Now, according to the latest reports, this late Tuesday, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Director Dr. Rochelle Walensky signed off on the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine following an expert panel’s recommendation.
EU USA Today just reported that the Biden administration has ordered enough vaccines to cover all 28 million American children in the age group, presidential adviser Jeffrey Zients said Monday.
We also revealed that the administration’s distribution program will be “running at full strength” the week of Nov. 8.
“We know millions of parents are eager to get their children vaccinated and with this decision, we now have recommended that about 28 million children receive a COVID-19 vaccine.”
This is what Walensky said Tuesday in a statement. She continued and said the following:
“As a mom, I encourage parents with questions to talk to their pediatrician, school nurse or local pharmacist to learn more about the vaccine and the importance of getting their children vaccinated.”
Myocarditis reports following the covid jab continue
It also seems that the CDC continues to update data about the side effects following the covid vaccines.
The report is called “Myopericarditis following COVID-19 vaccination: Updates from the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS)”
The official notes state the following:
Focusing analysis on reports of myocarditis and myocarditis with
pericarditis (myopericarditis) following COVID-19 vaccination
As of August 18, 2021, total of 2,574 reports in all ages/age groups
• Myopericarditis: 1,903 reports
• Pericarditis alone: 671 reports
We suggest that you check out the official website in order to learn more details about these important issues.
Stay tuned for more news and make sure to stay safe as well.