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Poland to vaccinate children aged under 12

Source : 112 Ukraine

This vaccination aims to prevent the next wave of coronavirus
11:36, 15 July 2021

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Poland plans to start vaccination among children under the age of 12 years. Such a solution is considered to prevent the fourth wave of coronavirus, according to Eswinoujscie.

Head of the Polish government Mateusz Morawiecki is convinced that the low level of vaccination increases the risk of a fourth wave of coronavirus in Poland.

"If all major pharmaceutical agencies, especially European and, particularly, Polish, confirm that children younger than 12 can be vaccinated, we will allow this possibility," Morawiecki said.

Related: Vaccination against coronavirus in the world: Map

As it was reported earlier, Switzerland and Sweden health authorities approved minors' vaccinations "in order to break this chain of infections, so that there will be no fourth wave".

It was also reported that Israel began to vaccinate adolescents aged 12 to 15 years in early June. It also became known that China approved the use of the CoronaVac anti-coronavirus drug for children from three years old.

In Ukraine, the Ministry of Healthcare is preparing to vaccinate adolescents against the Covid-19 infection.

Related: Macron introduces compulsory vaccinations for health workers

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