A new paper on vaccination in kids...
Worth a read
A new paper expands the Overton window on kids vaccination. First, there are healthy kids and vulnerable ones. Next, there are kids who already had covid and those who did not already have it.
For a vulnerable child who has not had covid, vaccination with two doses makes sense to me, though you may wish to extend the time between the doses. For a vulnerable kids who had covid, a longer discussion with a doctor makes sense.
For a healthy kids who already had COVID19, what is the reason and evidence precisely for vaccination? Some tell me it is lower the rate of MISC if they get reinfected. Interesting theory. Any evidence to support this idea?
For healthy kids who have not had covid, there is this recent essay in Bioethics, worth your time. The arguments in it should at least suggest to policy makers that mandates are premature.