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Health & Fitness Nearly 9 out of 10 young adults want a Covid inoculation, survey finds

05:25  09 may  2021
05:25  09 may  2021 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

Covid vaccines have NOT caused serious side effects in teens in Israel

  Covid vaccines have NOT caused serious side effects in teens in Israel Israel's health ministry began vaccinating 600 16- to 18-year-olds with underlying conditions making them susceptible to coronavirus in January, with none displaying severe side effects.Israel's health ministry analysed data from 600 vaccinated children aged 16 to 18 with underlying conditions that would put adults at high risk from Covid.

A poll has found 85 per cent of young people aged 18-24 will take a Covid jab. For those aged 25 to 44 it was 84 per cent and 85 percent in the 45 to 54 group. The vast majority of younger adults who have not yet been vaccinated against Covid -19 say they are likely to take up the offer of a jab, according to a major new survey . A poll of almost 17,000 Britons by ORB International, working with Imperial College and the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, found younger people’s attitudes to vaccination barely differ from those of the middle-aged.

(CNN) As Covid -19 vaccine manufacturers try to get their shots authorized for younger children in the US, less than a third of parents say they would get their child vaccinated as soon as it is authorized for their age group, a survey reveals. The remaining parents said either that their child would be vaccinated only if their school requires it (15%) or definitely wouldn't be vaccinated (19%), according to KFF. Acceptance will be keenly monitored by public health officials who say vaccinating children will be key to stamping out the pandemic.

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The vast majority of younger adults who have not yet been vaccinated against Covid-19 say they are likely to take up the offer of a jab, according to a major new survey.

A poll of almost 17,000 Britons by ORB International, working with Imperial College and the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, found younger people’s attitudes to vaccination barely differ from those of the middle-aged.

Among those aged 45 to 54 who have not yet been invited for their first jab, 85 per cent said they would definitely or probably have the vaccine. For those aged 25 to 44, it was 84 per cent and for those in the 18-to-24 age bracket it was 85 per cent.

Only 35% of Americans are afraid of catching COVID-19

  Only 35% of Americans are afraid of catching COVID-19 Data from Gallup shows just over a third of people said they were still fearful of catching the virus in March, down from 49% in February.New data from Gallup shows just over a third of people were still fearful in March, down from a record high of 59 percent in July back when states lifted stay-at-home orders and businesses reopened, fueling another wave of the virus.

“ Adults of all ages – including young people – are becoming seriously ill. Many of them are dying,” Etienne told journalists. Countries need to further increase their intensive-care-unit capacity if the infection rates continue to rise at their current pace, the PAHO warned, adding that nearly 40% of It also pointed out that vaccinating against Covid -19 will not prevent infection rates from further increasing in the short term. The PAHO called on governments in the region to focus on prevention, contact-tracing and testing to stem the spread of the virus. “While vaccines are being rolled out as

According to the CDC Covid Data Tracker page, over 122 million Americans have already received at least one dose of a covid vaccine. They have unwittingly signed their own death warrants, all while gleefully thinking they’re going to win their freedom with tyrannical vaccine passports. How many millions will die from the covid vaccine over the next 2-3 years? What will happen to society when then death wave kicks in?

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Under-40s will be offered an alternative to the Oxford-AstraZeneca jab after it was found that about one in every 100,000 people who received a vaccine developed a rare blood clot.

Meanwhile, experts have warned that indefinite use of ‘hyper hygiene’ and social distancing could risk public health by reducing exposure to everyday germs.

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Good Covid news: Fewer than 1,000 infected patients are in hospital .
Fewer than 1,000 Covid patients in hospital across the country at the end of May, just 2.5 per cent of the peak in early January when there were more than 38,000 people on wards suffering from virus.Fewer than 1,000 Covid patients were on wards across the country at the end of May – 773 on May 31, which has since risen slightly to 860 – just 2 per cent of the peak in early January when there were nearly 40,000 beds taken up by the infected.

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