ESO students will start classes in September with at least one dose of the Covid-19 vaccine

Health announced yesterday the intention to immunize them two weeks before the start of classes

A 14-year-old Romanian boy receives his first dose from his mother, a family doctor, at a vaccination center in Bucharest, Romania.ROBERT GHEMENTEFE

Health will propose to the Public Health Commission that two weeks before the start of the course, children aged 12 to 17 are vaccinated. A week after the European Medicines Agency (EMA) gave the green light to the use of the Pfizer vaccine in this age group, the head of the health portfolio, Carolina Darias, made this announcement yesterday in a television interview.

The truth is that it turns out that just seven days ago Ministerial sources ruled out starting the course with high school students

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