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Babies between the ages of six and twelve months relatively often end up in hospital or intensive care with coronavirus. This is partly due to the reluctance to vaccinate children. This is what journalists Laure Daseneris and Antoine Flahault (Director of the Institute for Global Health at the Faculty of Medicine of the University of Geneva) write. on the French list.
While adults have built up immunity to the coronavirus in recent years thanks to previous infections and vaccinations, this is not the case with (young) children or less. Children between the ages of 5 and 11 are a lot They were vaccinated more often. In the below age group, there are no vaccines against Corona at all. Because the virus can now spread freely due to the abolition of Corona measures, they are more vulnerable. Young children may suffer from it, among other things Multiple inflammatory syndrome (MIS-C) It is covid lung.
Babies often remain well protected against SARS-CoV-2 in the first six months after birth thanks to the mother’s antibodies. But then, that immunity quickly declines and they become more vulnerable, Dasinieres and Flahault warn. They indicated that the European Medicines Agency approved Corona vaccinations for children from six months.
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