1. Let’s hold off vaccinating children and teens against COVID-19. Prioritising adults is our best shot for now  Yahoo India News
  2. Shall we vaccinate our children? We could start by asking them first  The Guardian
  3. Opinion: Stop calling it ‘vaccine hesitancy’. It’s more insidious than that  Burnaby Now
  4. Children and youth-headed households heavily impacted by COVID-19  SABC News
  5. Vaccinating adults will be key to prevent Covid-19 infection in schools: Study  Hindustan Times
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Melbourne, Jul 4 (The Conversation) Eighteen months into the COVID-19 pandemic, some countries that have achieved high vaccination coverage in adults have started vaccinating adolescents aged 12-15.Melbourne, Jul 4 (The Conversation) Eighteen months into the COVID-19 pandemic, some countries that have achieved high vaccination coverage in adults have started vaccinating adolescents aged 12-15.

Let’s hold off vaccinating children and teens against COVID-19. Prioritising adults is our best shot for now

If under-18s are vulnerable, let’s jab straight away. Then we need a wider plan that doesn’t leave teenagers as the unvaccinated ‘class apart’If under-18s are vulnerable, let’s jab straight away. Then we need a wider plan that doesn’t leave teenagers as the unvaccinated ‘class apart’

Shall we vaccinate our children? We could start by asking them first | Russell Viner | The Guardian

Don't be duped by coronavirus vaccine conspiracies on Reddit or Facebook and get vaccinatedBelieve the science and get the jab

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Health experts say it’s a sign more adults and adolescents need to get vaccinated to avoid bringing the virus home and spreading to unvaccinated kids.Health experts say it’s a sign more adults and adolescents need to get vaccinated to avoid bringing the virus home and spreading to unvaccinated kids.

At the start of the pandemic, kids made up 2% of new COVID infections. Now, they make up 24%. What happened?

Telangana on Saturday recorded 848 new Covid-19 cases, taking the tally to 6,26,085, while the toll rose to 3,684 with six more deaths.Telangana on Saturday recorded 848 new Covid-19 cases, taking the tally to 6,26,085, while the toll rose to 3,684 with six more deaths.

Telangana reports 848 new Covid-19 cases, six deaths | Hyderabad News - Times of India

Covid news: UK records 24,885 new cases as PM considers scrapping isolation rules for fully-vaccinated - Follow here for the latest updates and statistics

Covid news: UK records 24,885 new cases as PM considers scrapping isolation rules for fully-vaccinated

By Fiona Russell, Peter McIntyre and Shidan Tosif for The Conversation Eighteen months into the Covid-19 pandemic, some countries that have achieved high vaccination coverage in adults have started vaccinating adolescents aged 12-15. Drivers to vaccinate children and adolescents include building confidence to open schools, preventing severe disease, and reducing transmissionBy Fiona Russell, Peter McIntyre and Shidan Tosif for The Conversation Eighteen months into the Covid-19 pandemic, some countries that have achieved high vaccination coverage in adults have started

Let’s hold off vaccinating children and teens against Covid-19; Prioritising adults is our best shot for now | Deccan Herald

The city's rolling seven-day average for new cases is 13 as of Friday. The city's rolling seven-day average for new cases is 13 as of Friday.

Hamilton reports just 8 new COVID-19 cases, over 74% residents 18+ with vaccinations - Hamilton | Globalnews.ca

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Scrapping quarantine for those double vaccinated being 'considered', No10 confirms

Measles, diphtheria, polio, whooping cough, mumps, flu, meningitis — the list of illnesses against which children are vaccinated goes on and on. By the time they start school aged four, a BritishMeasles, diphtheria, polio, whooping cough, mumps, flu, meningitis — the list of illnesses against which children are vaccinated goes on and on. By the time they start school aged four, a British

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GEORGETOWN, Guyana (CMC) – Health Minister Dr Frank Anthony on Friday called on paren...GEORGETOWN, Guyana (CMC) – Health Minister Dr Frank Anthony on Friday called on paren...

Guyana health minister worried about increased cases of COVID among children

One of the first lessons I was taught at public health school was that "statistics are the numbers that clever people use to tell the story they want to tell".. Read more at straitstimes.com.Health News -One of the first lessons I was taught at public health school was that "statistics are the numbers that clever people use to tell the story they want to tell".. Read more at

Real-world evidence shows what's next in the Covid-19 fight, Health News & Top Stories - The Straits Times

Nine in 10 parents of school-age pupils say they favour giving their children a Covid vaccine if available, according to a national survey.

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Vaccinating adults, parents and school staff will thus be key to prevent coronavirus infections in children and schools, news agency PTI reported quoting the study. | Latest News IndiaVaccinating adults, parents and school staff will thus be key to prevent coronavirus infections in children and schools, news agency PTI reported quoting the study.

Vaccinating adults will be key to prevent Covid-19 infection in schools: Study | Latest News India - Hindustan Times

Figures shared by the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare show that while about 34 crore doses were supplied to states till June end, the projected availability of vaccines in July is 12 croreFigures shared by the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare show that while about 34 crore doses were supplied to states till June end, the projected availability of vaccines in July is 12 crore

Centre's target of supplying 51.5 crore COVID vaccine doses by July end may fall short by over 10%- The New Indian Express

Talking Point host Steven Chia finds out just how safe, or necessary, the COVID-19 vaccine is for children, as well as what inoculation might mean ...Talking Point host Steven Chia finds out just how safe, or necessary, the COVID-19 vaccine is for children, as well as what inoculation might mean ...

Side effects, infection risks and post-COVID-19 school life: Tackling vaccine concerns for kids - CNA

Health professionals are treating four young children who have been hospitalised after they were infected with SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes the disease COVID-19 and they begun displaying the more severe symptoms associated with the disease.This

‘Disturbing trend’ as four children hospitalised with severe symptoms of COVID-19 – News Room Guyana

Nearly 80% healthcare workers and 90% frontline workers have been administered both doses of COVID-19 vaccine in the country, it said.Nearly 80% healthcare workers and 90% frontline workers have been administered both doses of COVID-19 vaccine in the country, it said.

Second wave of COVID-19 not over yet, cannot lower guard, says government - The Hindu

OPINION: Experience from the UK’s Covid-19 vaccination rollout suggests 12 weeks may be the optimum gap between first and second doses - So why are so many of us being offered our vaccines three weeks apart?OPINION: Experience from the UK’s Covid-19 vaccination rollout suggests 12 weeks may be the optimum gap between first and second doses - So why are so many of us being offered our vaccines three weeks apart?

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Addressing a press conference on the pandemic situation, an official said 71 districts reported Covid case positivity rate of more than 10% in the week from 23-29 June.Addressing a press conference on the pandemic situation, an official said 71 districts reported Covid case positivity rate of more than 10% in the week from 23-29 June.

Govt stresses on vaccination, says second wave of Covid not over yet

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The Union Health Ministry said that there has been an 86 per cent decline in Covid cases in India since the second wave of the pandemic peaked in the country.The Union Health Ministry said that there has been an 86 per cent decline in Covid cases in India since the second wave of the pandemic peaked in the country.

86% drop in Covid cases since second wave peak, but don't lower guard: Health ministry - Coronavirus Outbreak News

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Hyderabad: Telangana on Friday reported 858 new COVID-19 cases, taking the tally to over 6.25 lakh, while the toll stood at 3,678 with nine more deaths.Hyderabad: Telangana on Friday reported 858 new COVID-19 cases, taking the tally to over 6.25 lakh, while the toll stood at 3,678 with nine more deaths.

COVID-19: Telangana reports 858 new cases, 9 deaths