Scientists wrestle with theory younger people might be better off catching the ...

Scientists wrestle with theory younger people might be better off catching the ...
Scientists wrestle with theory younger people might be better off catching the ...
Three-quarters of the public back Covid vaccines for the under-18s... but scientists wrestle with theory younger people might be better off catching the virus instead Children may be better off catching Covid than having a vaccination  Professor Robert Dingwall said it may be safer due to small risk of side effects Poll found three in four people support offering the vaccine to all children 

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Children may be better off catching Covid-19 naturally than having a vaccination, according to a key government expert.

Professor Robert Dingwall, of the Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation, said it may be safer due to the small risk of side effects from a jab.

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His comments come as a poll found three in four people support offering the vaccine to all children aged 17 and younger.

Mr Dingwall, who is helping to decide whether to offer vaccines to teenagers, urged people not to ‘panic about infection rates’. He said Covid was no longer a significant cause of death and science should not aim to ‘deliver immortality’.

The committee is due to produce recommendations on

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