COVID-19 Vaccines and Children Ages 5-11 (7) (1)

 

New PAIC/PA-AAP Factsheet! COVID-19 Vaccines and Children Ages 5-11 – Parent Guide”

    • With many parents having questions about the new ACIP recommendation, this new factsheet addresses common question parents may have about the COVID-19 EUA for children aged 5-11. 
    • Spanish and Korean versions will be available soon
    • We encourage you to circulate and add your organization’s logo to the factsheet. If you are planning on co-branding please let Kayla Knock at kknock@paaap.org know in advance.

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The Pennsylvania Immunization Coalition encourages all Pennsylvania residents to receive all recommended, age-appropriate immunizations.  Based on overwhelming scientific evidence, we believe that vaccines are safe and effective, and not only protect individuals, but entire communities, including those who are too young to be fully immunized or others who cannot receive recommended immunizations due to compromised immune systems.

Pediatric Visits and Childhood Immunizations: Getting PA Kids Back in School and Back on Schedule

 The COVID-19 pandemic has uprooted the lives of kids and families in Pennsylvania, across the country, and the world. While individuals and economies have yet to recover fully, there are some hopeful signs of moving beyond the
necessary restrictions that could not be considered before COVID-19 vaccines became available.
However, COVID-19 is still a concern. To ensure that children can safely return to their classrooms for in-person learning this fall, the Centers
for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) recommends that students, teachers, and staff wear masks indoors

PA AAP/PAIC Immunization Fact Sheet

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The PAIC web site provides immunization information for your general knowledge and is in no way intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health provider with any questions you may have regarding immunizations.

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