Chile has begun to immunize minors between the ages of 11 and six against COVID-19, according to a calendar of the Ministry of Health and, from September 27, it will do so in schools throughout the country, with the authorization of parents or guardians.
When the virus is kept under control at the beginning of spring in most of the territory, with less than 300 daily cases and a positivity that does not exceed 1%, vaccination has started for the younger population, waiting for new studies authorizing needle sticks for boys and girls aged five and under. Immunization is carried out with the two formulas approved in Chile for this age group, that of Sinovac and Pfizer.
Author: Rocío Montes
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