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There is no evidence that healthy children and adolescents need booster doses against Covid-19.So says World Health Organisation’s (WHO) top scientist Dr Soumya Swaminathan, who was briefing media this week. Swaminathan said though there are many unknowns at play, at the moment there is no scientific evidence healthy children and adolescents need booster shots. Instead the goal should be to protect specific vulnerable populations.

January 20 2022 - 06:30Booster shot may not defend against reinfection with Omicron: studyFor the past few months, the Omicron variant has been like an onion for scientists: they have had to peel back one layer at a time with scientific accuracy while the world first went into full panic mode and then came to declare the new “variant of concern” a possible game changer that could end the pandemic phase of SARS-CoV-2.

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Do children and teens need booster shots? There is no evidence that healthy children and adolescents need booster doses against Covid-19. So says World Health Organisation’s (WHO) top scientist Dr Soumya Swaminathan, who was  briefing media  this week.  Swaminathan said though there are many unknowns at play, at the moment there is no scientific evidence healthy children and adolescents need booster shots. Instead the goal should be to protect specific vulnerable populations. January 20 2022 - 06:30 Booster shot may not defend against reinfection with Omicron: study For the past few months, the Omicron variant has been like an onion for scientists: they have had to peel back one layer at a time with scientific accuracy while the world first went into full panic mode and then came to declare the new “variant of concern” a possible game changer that could end the pandemic phase of SARS-CoV-2. Now, two bouts of research on international travellers have added to the body of knowledge of Omicron and the best way forward in managing the disease. One — published as correspondence in The Lancet — suggests that even with booster shots Omicron can break through, and the other — a preprint in Science of the Total Environment — suggests that testing wastewater on aircraft is a great way to carry out surveillance of a variant traversing the world.