Parents told 'get your children vaccinated to keep schools open'

1/9/2022 10:30:00 PM
Parents told 'get your children vaccinated to keep schools open'

Over 500,000 vaccination appointments are being made available this month.

Parents with children aged between 12 to 15 have been urged to book their Covid jabs so they can ‘stay at school’ and ‘continue socialising’.

Over 500,000 vaccination appointments are being made available this month.

Half a million vaccination appointments are being made available online in England (Picture: Getty)Parents with children aged between 12 to 15 have been urged to book their Covid jabs so they can ‘stay at school’ and ‘continue socialising’.Around half a million vaccination appointments are being made available online in England this month as the

death toll in England passed 150,000yesterday.Hundreds of schools will be visited over the next fortnight as part of the NHS Covid Vaccination Programme to tackle misinformation.Even though the overall risk of youngsters becoming severely ill or dying from the virus is extremely low, Dr Nikki Kanani said the jab provides ‘reassurance’ to parents.

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Around half a million vaccination appointments are being made available online in England this month as the death toll in England passed 150,000 yesterday. Hundreds of schools will be visited over the next fortnight as part of the NHS Covid Vaccination Programme to tackle misinformation. "Even if the current proposals are only for three weeks, this could be repeated and become something considered normal whenever there is infection, whereas in fact it should not be considered normal. Even though the overall risk of youngsters becoming severely ill or dying from the virus is extremely low, Dr Nikki Kanani said the jab provides ‘reassurance’ to parents.breaker INSTEAD OF A FOOTBALL KIT for a Friday evening trip out. The deputy lead for the NHS vaccine programme said: ‘I know how much disruption Covid has caused for so many families over the past two years, affecting young people’s lives and education. "Children are children for such a short time – I don't think they should be sacrificed like this. ‘Getting vaccinated protects them, their family and their friends, letting them stay at school and continue socialising. “Getting vaccinated protects them, their family and their friends, letting them stay at school and continue socialising.

1. "Because of the climate of fear, people have readily accepted something I regard as unacceptable, and that I fear may now be seen as a normal part of life..4 million kids aged 12 to 15 have had their first dose (Picture: Getty) ‘The vaccine is safe and effective – my 13-year-old son had his first vaccination when I had my booster at our local pharmacy and it gave us both reassurance that he was protected as well, and he has recently topped up his protection with a second dose. ‘Young people can get their life-saving protection at a walk-in site or wait to get vaccinated at school, but the best way to make sure it happens quickly and conveniently is to book online now. It was "highly unlikely" that GCSEs and A-levels would take place as planned this summer given the scale of disruption schools face, a multi-academy trust chief warned.’ Parents of pupils in the specified age group can book at up to 300 centres, while there are slots available at around 500 walk-in sites.jwplatform. Since September, more than 1. His comments came as schools around the country sent classes or entire year groups home as they struggled to cope with staff absences.4 million young people aged 12 to 15 have had their first dose since September.

4 million children aged 12 to 15 have had their first dose, while recent figures showed more than with Covid in the week up to Boxing Day. Health Secretary Sajid Javid stressed the vaccines will help to keep schools open (Picture: Getty) The government also announced in December that five to 11-year-olds, who are deemed clinically at-risk , or who live in a household with someone who is immunosuppressed, will also be given a new formulation of the Pfizer vaccine. Thorpe Primary School, in Bradford, was closed for the entire first week of term to all but Year Six students because "unprecedented" numbers of staff were self-isolating.setup({ sources: [ {file: 'https://content. Health Secretary Sajid Javid stressed the vaccines will help keep schools open as children have already missed out on months of face-to-face education. He said: ‘Keeping children in school is so important for their education, health and wellbeing. Haveley Hey Community School in Wythenshawe, Manchester, sent both its Year Six classes home because of "significant staffing issues", and Parklands High School, in Lancashire, asked pupils in years seven, eight, nine and 10 to learn at home for a day this week to cope with teacher absence. More: .mp4', label: '480'}, {file: 'https://content. “Each and every one of those is a profound loss to the families, friends and communities affected and my thoughts and condolences are with them.