Post by ligainggris on September 27, 2021 2:10 am US Prepares Dose of COVID-19 Vaccine for Young Children United States (US) health authorities believe a supply of COVID-19 vaccine will be available as for children. Currently, the US has 40 million doses of the coronavirus vaccine available. The availability of vaccines for children is guaranteed to remain even though booster vaccines are being intensified. So far, the CDC and FDA have only recommended booster vaccines for people 65 and older, high risk people. AP News reported on Monday (27/9/2021), a vaccine for children is predicted to be approved in the near future. The children in question are those aged 12 years and under. Teenagers can already get the vaccine. The issue of vaccination still haunts the US. This is because there are more than 70 million people who do not want to be vaccinated. Health experts say the rise in cases is due to people who have not been vaccinated. At his press conference last week, US President Joe Biden also briefly talked about a COVID-19 patient who regretted not being vaccinated when he was rushed to the hospital. Worried about Redundant Vaccines One of the concerns in the US is if the vaccine goes to waste. AP News says states like Idaho and Kansas are forced to throw out thousands of doses of expired vaccine because of low vaccination rates. Vaccines can last for months on the shelf, but if the bottle is opened, it will only last six to 12 hours. This makes sekilas tentang togel singapur health workers nervous, because there are people in the world who want to be vaccinated but do not have access, but there are also those who have access but waste it. "Someone being in a country with few resources to access a vaccine, seeing people in the US walking into a pharmacy and getting the vaccine, and choosing not to do it, I believe that's heartbreaking," said Jen Kates, director. global health from the Kaiser Family Foundation.