Here's what Nova Scotia is planning for COVID-19 vaccination of kids

Here's what Nova Scotia is planning for COVID-19 vaccination of kids

Here's what Nova Scotia is planning for COVID-19 vaccination of kids Chief Medical Officer of Health Dr. Robert Strang expects vaccinations to start early 2022 Nova Scotia's chief medical officer of health says the province will likely begin offering vaccinations for COVID-19 to children aged five to 11 early next year. Dr. Robert Strang told reporters on Thursday that Health Canada is still awaiting a submission from the vaccine manufacturer Pfizer. After it is received, the regulator will have to review the submission and make a decision whether to approve the vaccine. If it is approved, the National Advisory Committee on Immunization will make recommendations for the vaccine's use with children. "Realistically, it's likely going to be early in 2022 before we're able to really start getting those five- to …
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