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‘Significant uncertainties’ over Covid jabs for children aged 12-15, says JCVI – video

The UK government’s vaccines watchdog has decided there is not enough evidence to recommend Covid vaccination for all 12- to 15-year-olds, but has held open the possibility of ministers seeking other advice to go ahead nonetheless.

JCVI member Adam Finn referred to a rare cardiac complication that can occur as a side-effect of the vaccine, saying: ‘Young people who experience it do seem to get better in the short term. But there are uncertainties about the long-term implications of the condition’

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