Biography & Net Worth: Switzerland gives children’s Covid jabs a green light

Swissmedic Swissmedic on Friday approved the vaccination of children aged 5 to 11 years with the Pfizer-Biotech Cominternity Vaccine.

“The results of clinical trials suggest that the vaccine is safe and effective in this age group,” he said in a statement.

Comirnaty vaccine is given in two doses of 10 micrograms spaced 3 weeks apart.

Ongoing clinical trials in more than 1,500 people show that the COVID-19 vaccine provides near-complete protection against serious diseases caused by the SARS-CoV-2 virus in those aged 5 to 11. I am. ,

“Side effects occurred less frequently than in adolescents and adults, including pain and malaise at the injection site, or headache, limb pain, and fever,” the agency said.

Vaccination has traditionally been limited to children over the age of 12.

Switzerland is currently experiencing a mighty fifth wave of the virus.

Comirneti and Moderna are the only vaccinations licensed in Switzerland.

In Europe countries in Portugal, Italy, Greece, Spain participate in the green light for vaccination of children in this age group.

Canada and the United States, as well as Israel and Chile, have approved vaccinations for children of similar age.

In France, vaccination of infants puts them at risk of developing a serious disease, but the government is considering voluntarily expanding it to all children, he said.

Canada licenses Pfizer COVID vaccine for ages 5-11

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