China has been vaccinating children aged 12 and older, and now governments in at least five provinces have said those aged three to 11 will need to get the jab. Photo: Xinhua
China has been vaccinating children aged 12 and older, and now governments in at least five provinces have said those aged three to 11 will need to get the jab. Photo: Xinhua

Coronavirus: China to start vaccinating children as young as 3 amid new outbreaks

  • Governments in at least five provinces have said vaccinations will be required for those aged from three to 11
  • It comes as parts of the country take measures to try to stop the spread of cases as authorities maintain zero-tolerance policy

Topic |   Chinese coronavirus vaccines
China has been vaccinating children aged 12 and older, and now governments in at least five provinces have said those aged three to 11 will need to get the jab. Photo: Xinhua
China has been vaccinating children aged 12 and older, and now governments in at least five provinces have said those aged three to 11 will need to get the jab. Photo: Xinhua
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