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On Nov. 20, the Canadian federal government said it currently has no plans to implement vaccine mandates to kids, according to related media reports.
Health Minister Duclos said that although the Canadian government has authorized the first dose of COVID vaccine for children aged 5 to 11 years, the federal government will not implement the same restrictions on movement for children as for adults travelling in and out of the country as things stand.
The National Advisory Committee on Immunization, which advises the government about the use of the vaccine, said that children “may” receive Pfizer’s COVID vaccine, but because of the current uncertainties surrounding pediatric vaccination with COVID, children and their parents or guardians should be respected in their decision whether to choose to receive the vaccine.
Commentators point out that according to previous polls, approximately 70% of parents are clearly unwilling to give their children COVID vaccine. Without COVID mandates for kids, more children could be spared from vaccine harm.
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