Children’s vaccine has been approved in the country, in case of emergency, the vaccine will be given to those aged 12 to 18. DCGI allow covid-19 vaccine for children Covaxin in emergency use

Amidst the panic of Omicron, a relief news has come out. Actually, DCGI has approved the vaccine of Covaccine to be given to children. Now this vaccine can be given to children of 12 to 18 years in case of emergency.

New Delhi

Published: December 25, 2021 09:47:56 pm

Covid-19 Vaccine for Children: The danger of the new variant Omicron of Corona is increasing continuously in the country. Now amidst the panic of Omicron, a relief news has come out. Actually, DCGI has approved the vaccine of Covaccine to be given to children. Now this vaccine can be given to children of 12 to 18 years in case of emergency. This decision to give vaccine to children has come at a time when the cases of Omicron are increasing rapidly across the country.

Children’s vaccine approved in the country
On one hand, cases of Omicron are coming to the fore in the country at this time. In such a situation, DCGI has given a lot of relief by approving the vaccine for children. For a long time, all the experts were pleading to approve the vaccine. Now after the approval, it has become clear that in case of emergency, the vaccine will be given to the children of 12 to 18 years. However, it is not yet clear when the corona vaccine will be given to children in general. But a decision can be taken soon regarding this too.

Bharat Biotech will get the order for the vaccine
The central government may order a vaccine for Bharat Biotech for children’s vaccine. But the government has not yet decided how many steps and who first and after whom. It will be interesting to see what such center will decide on this. Zydus Cadila Vaccine was also considered before Covaccine in India. It is necessary to take three doses of that vaccine. Syringes are not used for that vaccine.

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