The Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention voted unanimously to recommend that COVID-19 vaccines be included in immunization schedules for children and adults.
“Today, CDC’s Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) recommended updates to 2023’s child and adult immunization programs. This includes additional information on approved or authorized COVID-19 vaccines. A government agency press release stated that school-entry vaccination requirements should be determined by the state and local jurisdictions.”
It’s been almost two years since COVID-19 vaccines were introduced in the United States. Since then, nearly 630 million doses have been given to protect against severe COVID-19. ”
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The CDC recommends COVID-19 vaccines for everyone 6 months and older.
While the decision to add vaccines on the vaccine list for children doesn’t create a vaccination mandate for schools in the U.S.A., policymakers at the local level could consider the recommendations from the schedule as guidance.
Dr. Nicole Saphier tweeted that the CDC recommends that the vaccine be given to all children six months and older.
Joseph Ladapo (Florida surgeon general) tweeted Wednesday that no matter what @CDCgov votes tomorrow regarding whether COVID-19 vaccinations are added to routine childhood vaccinations, “nothing changes here in FL. “Thank you @GovRonDeSantis. In FL, COVID mandates are not permitted and are not pushed into schools. They are harmful to healthy children and I will continue to oppose them.