The Centre for Health Protection’s joint scientific committee met after an advisory panel on Covid-19 vaccines earlier in the week endorsed lowering the minimum age for Sinovac to three. Photo: Winson Wong
The Centre for Health Protection’s joint scientific committee met after an advisory panel on Covid-19 vaccines earlier in the week endorsed lowering the minimum age for Sinovac to three. Photo: Winson Wong

Coronavirus: Hong Kong children as young as 3 to get access to Sinovac jab, in extension of vaccination drive to wider age group

  • Local minimum age for Chinese-made drug to be lowered from 18, with Sinovac already available for younger recipients on mainland and overseas
  • Priority will be given to those aged 12 to 17; expert earlier said data showed jabs were safe and reliable for younger people

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
The Centre for Health Protection’s joint scientific committee met after an advisory panel on Covid-19 vaccines earlier in the week endorsed lowering the minimum age for Sinovac to three. Photo: Winson Wong
The Centre for Health Protection’s joint scientific committee met after an advisory panel on Covid-19 vaccines earlier in the week endorsed lowering the minimum age for Sinovac to three. Photo: Winson Wong
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