The FDA approves the COVID Jab for children under five

Moderna and Pfizer / BioNTech Covid-19 vaccines are officially approved for emergency use in young children by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to authorize vaccination of children aged 6 months.

The FDA has announced a move in a press release on Friday morning.

However, vaccines cannot be officially given to children until the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) vaccine advisers vote to recommend them. Moving from the CDC seems to be a simple formality and a the vote is scheduled for Saturday.

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The director of the CDC, Dr. Rochelle Valensky has already done so written off on recommendation.

The White House said Thursday that vaccinations for America’s youngest children could begin next week.

The Moderna vaccine is now approved for use in children from six months to 17 years of age, and the Pfizer / BioNTech vaccine for children from six months to 4 years of age.

The latest authorization means that another 17 million children under the age of 5 are already eligible for Covid-19 vaccines.

“Many parents, carers and clinicians are waiting for a vaccine for younger children, and this action will help protect those up to 6 months of age. “As we have seen in older age groups, we expect that vaccines for younger children will provide protection against the worst COVID-19 outcomes, such as hospitalization and death,” said FDA Commissioner Dr. Robert M. Caliph said in a news release.

“Those who are trusted to care for children can have confidence in the safety and effectiveness of these vaccines against COVID-19 and can be sure that the agency has been thorough in its assessment of the data.

So far, 49 states have pre-ordered the vaccine for children under five. Only Florida has chosen, under the leadership of Governor Ron DeSantis, not to order the vaccine. DeSantis has repeatedly said that the state opposes vaccine programs for young children.

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