COVID 19 infection is taking more and more dangerous forms, which is why the National Immunization Advisory Commission (NITAG) reminds that in August it proposed vaccination against coronavirus to children aged twelve to seventeen who have comorbidity and children with significant immunosuppression in the family. patients, HIV / AIDS…). Children who do not belong to these groups can be vaccinated in consultation with a pediatrician and with the consent of a parent or guardian, the Institute of Public Health announced.
“The Institute of Public Health once again calls on all citizens of Montenegro to be vaccinated because that is the only way to stop the pandemic. We remind you that vaccination of children against coronavirus in Montenegro is carried out with Pfizer vaccines “.
Developed countries such as Germany, the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, Denmark, France, Spain, Switzerland, and Norway have previously started vaccinating children as young as 12 years old. At the age of 12 to 17, 727 children in Montenegro have received the first dose so far, 539 have received two doses, and only one person at this age has received all three doses.
“Dear parents, vaccinate yourself and your children in accordance with the current recommendations,” the IPH said.