Some parents still cautious over Covid-19 vaccine for kids

PETALING JAYA: While health experts say it is crucial for children under 12 to be vaccinated against Covid-19 infection, parents remain divided due to worries about possible long-term effects.

Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia health economics, hospital and health management’s Prof Dr Sharifa Ezat Wan Puteh said the benefits of child vaccination were high as this would prevent children from being infected and hospitalised, as well as death.

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