Pfizer Vaccines Can Now Be Given to Children from 12 in South Africa

[IT News Africa - Africa] - 13/09/2021
The South African Health Products Authority (SAHPRA), the country’s health regulator, has officially approved the Pfizer ‘Comirnaty’ COVID-19 vaccine for children and teenagers from 12 years of age. South Africa has a large youth population group, with around 28% being under the age of 15. (...)
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