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Vaccines are now approved for children aged six months to five years, but what about newborn babies?


COVID-19 vaccines are now approved for children aged from six months up to five years of age, and are already being rolled out to about 70,000 at-risk youngsters. But what about babies even younger than that? Will there be a vaccine for them? And what role does the vaccination of pregnant people play in the process? Children of all ages can get COVID-19 and experience its complications. However, as noted by an infectious diseases physician at Monash and Melbourne universities, Michelle Giles, young infants aren't at risk of the severe disease that has been seen with older Australians.

ABC News - August 11, 2022

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