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New Delhi, July 5 (IANSlife) The deadlier second wave in 2021 has left parents looking for information on protecting their children and the steps to takeNew Delhi, July 5 (IANSlife) The deadlier second wave in 2021 has left parents looking for information on protecting their children and the steps to take

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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.

COVID: Kids make up growing share of new weekly cases. What to know.

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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

The choice is between vaccinating or eventually getting infected.The choice is between vaccinating or eventually getting infected.

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Protecting our most vulnerable from diseases and keeping them out of hospital is not just the right thing to do, it will relieve the burden on the NHS at a time when we need it mostProtecting our most vulnerable from diseases and keeping them out of hospital is not just the right thing to do, it will relieve the burden on the NHS at a time when we need it most

Our health system must keep people well – not just make them better | The Independent

The mass vaccines clinics have closed and vaccine outreach efforts are shifting focus to people who aren’t sure about the vaccine or haven’t made time yet.The mass vaccines clinics have closed and vaccine outreach efforts are shifting focus to people who aren’t sure about the vaccine or haven’t made time yet.

Vaccine pace slows as July 4 goal is missed

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

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

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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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