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Covid, the vaccine for children: “My child is celiac, can he do it?”

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The issue of the Green pass for the little ones, any contraindications to the vaccine. With reservations already open for the anti-Covid vaccination campaign for younger children, between 5 and 11 years old, write to the pediatrician of Bambino Gesù Elena Bozzola, at the address: [email protected]

My husband and I are at odds over vaccination, I am vaccinated with two doses, he is not. But the point now is the children and the vaccination against Covid. I ask you: what is the point of vaccinating children whose probability of contracting this disease symptomatically is low, and even less severe? With a drug with risks not yet clear in the long run? If we adults who surround these children are vaccinated, and therefore potentially not subject to contracting the disease, are we not the ones who act as a barrier to them by protecting them? Where can we find popular science texts that are able to clarify doubts?
Dear reader, it is normal to have doubts because parents want only the best for their children’s health. First of all, it is important to vaccinate children because they too can contract the virus, develop the infection and even have consequences, including long Covid and systemic multi-inflammatory syndrome. The sources to consult to deepen the subject are scientific ones, including the Ministry of Health, the Istituto Superiore di Sanità and the Italian Society of Pediatrics. In addition, at the link Covid vaccine for children, the pediatricians’ decalogue with advice, the ten questions (and relative answers) of parents on the subject are reported. At the link Vaccino ai bambini, so I remove you 6 fake news I tried to remove the most frequent fake news on the web.

I am the mother of an 11 year old boy who has an ipetrabiculation of the left ventricle which is normal. I would like to have information on the incidence of this malformation on the anticovid vaccine that I would be inclined to do.

The cardiological situation of your child does not represent a contraindication to vaccination against COVID 19 with the vaccine approved and currently in use in the pediatric range..

I am the mother of a 6-year-old child suffering from celiac disease and a 10-year-old child born with a small DIV in the heart, subjected to annual checks and for which antibiotic therapy is recommended in case of fever above 38.5 °. favorable to the vaccine, but I would like to know if it could be contraindicated for my children.

There are no contraindications to vaccination with Comirnaty (BioNTech / Pfizer), in the specific formulation of 10 mcg / dose, of a child with celiac disease or of a child with ventricular defect. Real contraindications are hypersensitivity to the active substance or to the excipients listed in the vaccine data sheet

My son turned 12 3 days ago and got his first dose of Pfizer this morning. The Green Pass has also been extended to 11-year-olds so that, when they turn 12 in the next few weeks, they are not excluded from socializing even for one day when they turn 12: and the 50,000 twelve-year-olds born in December 2009 like my son, why are they not worth anything? Why can’t he go to the outdoor canteen with his classmates, to the museum, to the restaurant, to the theater, to the cinema, in all the places where the super GP is scheduled for the next 15 days?

The green pass is basically a certification of successful vaccination. As recently reported by the Ministry of Health, it will also be issued for children aged 5-11 who will undergo vaccination. At present, unlike what happens in adolescents over 12 years of age, however, it will not be required to exhibit it in restaurants, cinemas, theaters, etc.

My 8-and-a-half-year-old daughter had a muscle-type ventricular defect at birth, which resolved spontaneously at three months of life, and a patency of the foramen ovale, no longer patent at three years of age. He has no residual heart disease. Could it be a contraindication to the vaccine?

The finding of a previous atrial defect and a previous patent foramen ovale at birth does not represent a contraindication to vaccination against COVID 19 in children aged 5-11 years.


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