Making a case for vaccinating kids
The Free Press Journal|October 31, 2021
Dr Jesal Sheth and Dr Sanjith Saseedharan say families can be protected if children are vaccinated

India may well be able to end the Covid-19 pandem children in the 2-18 age group will soon get vaccinated. We will hopefully cover the maximum population. The good news is, that the Subject Expert Committee on Covid-19 has granted emergency use approval to Covaxin for children in the aforesaid age group. Although children in the 12-18 age group had recently been authorised to receive the vaccine shots, children below that age remained vulnerable.

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