MATT HANCOCK ABOUT CHILDREN VACCINATING (CONTINUED ….)
Mr Hancock told Sky News’ Trevor Phillips On Sunday programme: “As of today we are vaccinating people aged 30 and over, next week we will move to expanding vaccinations to those under 30. age is an adult, so we have a couple of weeks until we come up with an exact plan on how and if we will continue this.
“We know that vaccines both protect you and stop you from transmitting, and I want to protect education as much as anyone… and so let’s make sure we don’t have a whole bubble. that must go home, especially as we such as saw in the fall, that is beneficial to education.”
His comments came as a Government adviser said he was “not sure” it was the right time to vaccinate children as vaccines are needed in developing countries as a precaution. dead.
Professor Calum Semple, a member of the Scientific Advisory Group for Emergencies (Sage), told BBC Breakfast: “If we don’t have enough vaccines in the world and you want to do almost everything to save lives, sending the vaccine to Africa or to India, where it is needed, will actually have a bigger impact.
“There’s a really interesting moral and ethical balance here between doing most of the people for the global good and doing the most for our society, well-being, in our country.”