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My five-year-old is now eligible for a COVID vaccine – should I get them immunised?

By Stephen Griffin, Associate Professor of Viral Oncology, University of Leeds
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Since 2020, we’ve heard that COVID is mainly a problem for the elderly or vulnerable. Vaccines have dramatically improved their protection against the disease, but children and younger people – because it’s perceived that COVID poses little risk to them – have remained at the bottom of the list when it comes to immunisations. COVID vaccines are only now becoming available for under-12s in the UK.

The health secretary has deemed vaccinating 5- to…The Conversation

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