Covid Vaccination: Singapore plans to vaccinate children under 12 from January

Child Vaccination In Singapore: Singapore has expressed hope of expanding the national vaccination program for Kovid-19 for children below 12 years of age in January next year. Kenneth Mak, director of medical services at the Ministry of Health, shared this information with the media on Saturday.

Mak said the proportion of cases among people aged 12 to 20 years “has not changed that way and remains consistently between four and five per cent.” A news agency quoted Mak as saying, “These children are vulnerable because they are not yet eligible for infection-protective vaccinations and are generally required to wear masks and follow physical distancing measures in a safe manner.” It is quite difficult." Many of these children have a ‘mild infection’. happens. 

he added,"The ‘small number’ of such children in Singapore; Intensive Care Unit (ICU) has been observed for more serious infections or complications from infection. He said that some cases of Multi-System Inflammatory Syndrome (MIS-C) in children have also been reported to the Health Ministry. 

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