Cambodia vaccinating kids aged 3 against Omicron

Cambodia vaccinating kids aged 3 against Omicron

Cambodia on Wednesday began vaccinating 3- and 4-year-olds with Chinese-made Sinovac shots after accounting for many new infections.
Prime Minister Hun Sen appealed to parents to get their children vaccinated as soon as possible, saying that five of his 21 grandchildren and one of his daughters have tested positive for the Omicron variant.

At a groundbreaking ceremony for a wastewater treatment facility near the capital Phnom Penh, Hun Sen said, “Overcoming COVID-19 not only depends on the government or the Ministry of Health, but requires the participation of all people.” Is.” He backed a vaccination plan for young children last week when health officials found that at least 25 percent of new infections involved children under the age of 5.

Cambodia approved shots for ages 6-11 in September last year as part of reopening its schools. In November, vaccination was approved for children under 5 years old. More than 80 percent of Cambodia’s nearly 17 million people have received at least two shots. China’s Sinovac and SinoPharma vaccines account for most vaccinations.

South Korea approves vaccine for ages 5-11

South Korean health officials on Wednesday approved Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine for children aged 5 to 11, expanding the country’s vaccination program in the event of a massive oomicron outbreak.

US National Guard to help DC control traffic

The Pentagon next week approved the deployment of 700 unarmed National Guard troops to Washington to prepare for a truck convoy planning protests against pandemic restrictions.

This story is taken from a third party syndicated feed, Agencies. Mid-Day accepts no responsibility or liability for its dependability, reliability, reliability and data of text. Mid-Day Management/ reserves the sole right to change, remove or remove the Content (without notice) at its sole discretion for any reason.



Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here