I have talked to many parents, well, we know that the chance of a child dying from COVID is slim. So why should I vaccinate my child? I think this is a completely fair question. Therefore, I have actually been to many pediatricians and said that in the best case, the trial data is excellent. Proven to be safe. Proved to be effective. Would you advise parents to vaccinate their children? I interviewed three or four pediatricians who are experts in infectious diseases, all of them for two different reasons.
Therefore, personally, fortunately, the probability of death is very low. They still suffer from multiple system inflammatory diseases in children, which was very mysterious at the time. We don̵
Secondly, if you consider from the perspective of population, then children 18 and under account for more than 20% of the US population. Therefore, at this point, if we want to gain hordes of immunity among the population, we want to end this pandemic and the fear of mutation, and for each situation that will give the virus another opportunity for mutation. Conceptual fear.
I don’t want to be an alarmist here at all, but the pediatrician does say that we are lucky now that the form of the coronavirus we see is not particularly scary or dangerous for children. But we don’t want this opportunity to make the coronavirus evolve to be more harmful to children.
Therefore, we want to end the pandemic, not to give the coronavirus a chance to mutate. What we know about children is that we think they spread less than adults, but it’s not that they cannot spread. Therefore, it is very important for everyone who has the opportunity to get the vaccine. Therefore, once again, if it proves to be completely safe for children, it is very, very important to show this first. They will recommend that every child be vaccinated.