Saudi Arabia begins child COVID-19 vaccination campaign
Saudi Health Ministry has begun providing the coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine to children aged 5 to 11, in order to assure their safety and prevent them from mutations and problems.
Saudi Health Ministry also stated on Twitter that patients with medical issues that make them more susceptible to viral consequences are given priority.
It went on to say that the dates for the remaining categories would be added soon.
The Saudi Ministry of Health said yesterday that the time period for administering the COVID-19 booster dose has been reduced to three months from the date of the second dose’s immunisation.
The Ministry of Health, through its “Twitter” account and its “Live Healthy” awareness platform, issued many infographic designs emphasising the value of the stimulant dose in enhancing a person’s degree of COVID-19 vaccine completion.
The second COVID-19 vaccine dose increases immunity to a level that is resistant and sufficient to repel the virus, particularly its mutations, and to greatly reduce the risks associated with it, its complications, and the severity of the disease, the first dose raises immunity to a level that is resistant and sufficient to repel the virus.
Since one dose is insufficient to protect against complications, especially in the presence of mutants, a booster dose is now required to protect against complications.