Sarah Beth Burwick, Los Angeles lawyer, and her husband both had “as soon as possible” vaccinations for Covid-19 and received all their childhood vaccinations on schedule without even questioning it.
Although one is eligible next week, the company will not vaccinate children aged 5 and 2. However, they will not vaccinate children.
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“There should be information to persuade us at first,” said Burwick, 37. And I’m not comfortable with how quickly it spreads in a small studio.”
The Food and Drugs Administration prepares some parents for the emergency use of PfizerBioNTech vaccines for kids 5–11 years old who do not plan to immunize their own kids.
Not that you are generally skeptical about vaccines and point out you have received the Covid vaccine yourself and have previously vaccinated your children from other diseases, but that you have fears, questions, and hesitation to give Covid vaccine to your children immediately. (Rare myocarditis, including cardiac disease). You also wonder whether children should be vaccinated if the risk for Covid’s severe complications in children is low.
Her children, 9, 6, and 3 years old, are completely up-to-date, she said, and were “even vaccinated last week against influenza.” However, she is not ready to vaccinate her kids if the data for them were to contain Covid’s emergency authorization,” he said. “I need more numbers. I need more numbers. When the numbers increase, I want to see all the reported reactions. I believe I want to follow up with these original participants at least a year after the study data to essentially make sure nothing is out.”
More than 1 500 children 5-11 years old were vaccinated in the Pfizer study (another 750 received a placebo).
Vaccination side effects include arm pain, fever, and body aches. The FDA stated, however, that the Pfizer study was not large enough to detect extremely rare side effects, especially in young men and adolescents, including myocarditis following the second dose. In the study in young children, there were no cases of myocarditis.
Goebel said California’s plans to become the first US state to demand Covid’s immunizations for children to attend school in person, which could influence millions of people, posed a particular problem.
Bryan Longmire, a parent of Southeast Texas, said he would not place anything “not absolutely necessary” in the body of his son, KBMT, NBC’s affiliate.
He said some parents had a good idea to provide school vaccines, but he hoped that this would still become an option for families.
Longmire said, “everyone’s it’s own. Do what you need to do to protect your family, and I think that is good if you think that is necessary with a vaccine.”
Officials said that more than 1.9 million children 5 to 11 years of age had tested positive for coronavirus and over 8,400 had been admitted. Almost one hundred died.
The study reveals a hard battle to persuade parents of the small children’s vaccine. According to the survey by the Kaiser Family Foundation, only one-third of parents immediately requested immunization for children aged 5 to 11.
The data from the Disease Control and Process Centers analyzed by NBC News showed that large regional disparities in eligible children’s vaccination rates are worsening nationwide whether children are receiving a dose of Covid’s vaccine often depends on where they call home.
Dr. Paul Offit, Philadelphia Children’s and FDA Vaccine Researcher, on Tuesday voted to advise Pfizer BioNTech’s Covid emergency-use authorization for 5-11-year-olds. Dr. Paul Offit was also appointed to the FDA Advisory Committee.