Children and adolescents during the corona pandemic support the measures and have suffered as a result. Vaccination for children and adolescents is a safe option to protect them from the disease and no longer have to have regular tests.
SALZBURG. In the course of the 59th annual meeting of the Austrian Society for Children and Adolescents in the Salzburg Congress Center, attention was drawn to the possibility of vaccinating children and adolescents and the safety of the vaccination was discussed.
As with adults, vaccination reactions also occur in children. According to Daniela Karall, President of the Austrian Society for Children and Adolescent Medicine, these should be viewed as a reaction of the immune system. These include headache, puncture site pain, fever, and chills. These usually subside after a few days and can be treated with paracetamol or ibuprofen if necessary. The side effects of the vaccination are observed on a seldom occurring myocarditis, which was previously uncomplicated.
Children can also become seriously ill
There are good reasons to die for a Covid vaccination of children and adolescents. In the case of Covid disease, there is a risk that children and adolescents will develop multisystemic inflammatory syndrome two to six weeks after the actual illness. In addition to this aspect, the vaccination guarantees that the school runs smoothly and contributes to herd protection. So that the virus does not find a host When around 80 percent of the Austrian population is immunized.
The Austrian Society for Children and Adolescents advocates vaccination for the younger age group on the basis of the data already available. In autumn, the vaccination for children aged five to eleven will follow with a reduced dose. Worries about a change in the genetic make-up or infertility, as well as the death of the vaccination, are not scientifically tenable. In one Parents letter the motivation of the Austrian Society for Children and Adolescents for the vaccination is clearly listed. To emphasize whether it is a voluntary decision, as there is no compulsory vaccination in Austria.
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