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Kids should be jabbed before unlocking, says doomster in call to DELAY July 19

EVERY kid in the UK should be jabbed before Britain moves onto the final stage of unlocking, say doomsters from Sage.

In a call to delay July 19, some experts say the country shouldn’t take back its freedom until every youngster has had both vaccinations.

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Chris Whitty has said restrictions in England are on course to lift on July 19

Chris Whitty has said restrictions in England are on course to lift on July 19Crédito: PA
But his Sage colleague, Professor John Edmunds, has warned children must be vaccinated first

But his Sage colleague, Professor John Edmunds, has warned children must be vaccinated first

Scientists have clashed over plans for the coming weeks – depois de Professor Chris Whitty disse the date IS the right time to end restrictions and England is on track to open up as much as possible for summer.

The Chief Medical Officer for England told a cabinet briefing on Monday the country’s recent spike in Covid cases was not leading to a sharp rise in hospital admissions.

But Professor John Edmunds said we must delayto make sure schoolkids have been offered the vaccination.

He told BBC’s Newsnight: “At some point we do have to dismantle all of these measures that we’ve put in place.

“eu acho que, para mim, the safest time to do that is when children have been vaccinated, certainly secondary school aged children at least. That’s the safest way.

And he says the only way out of the crisis is to jab every person in the country.

If we can show it’s safe, and I think we are still gathering data from where vaccine has been used overseas, in Israel and the US and elsewhere, I think that’s going to be the way we can put this epidemic behind us and children can move on,” ele disse.

Until we do that there’ll be other sorts of disruptions, se they’re related to mass testing or whether it’s related to exclusions of bubbles.

Atualmente, it's understood children won't be recommended the jab until there's more evidence from countries where youngsters are being vaccinated

Atualmente, it’s understood children won’t be recommended the jab until there’s more evidence from countries where youngsters are being vaccinated
But Prof Whitty confirmed in an address to Brits earlier this month that the idea is being seriously considered

But Prof Whitty confirmed in an address to Brits earlier this month that the idea is being seriously consideredCrédito: Getty
The UK is set to reopen fully in July - as rising cases of Covid don't yet appear to be translating into a surge of hospitalisations

The UK is set to reopen fully in Julyas rising cases of Covid don’t yet appear to be translating into a surge of hospitalisationsCrédito: PA

I think all of these measures do have to go, and I think children are looking on and thinking, ‘Well, vaccinated adults can get on with their lives, so why can’t I?’

We do have to give that serious consideration between now and September.

But Prof Whittywho previously told Brits officials are weighing up the benefits of giving kids the jabhas reportedly told ministers summer is the time to ease as many restrictions as possible.

The academic warned winter would prove harder because the virus can spread more when people are indoors.

A cabinet source told Os tempos: “The view among the scientists was that we should get as much open this summer as possible before winter, which will be much more difficult.

It was very encouraging.”

Another source said Prof Whitty had been “cautiously optimistic”.

It’s understood Whitehall will not approve the mass vaccination of children yetas the risks to youngsters aren’t yet fully understood.

Contudo, many of the current vaccinations are believed to be safe for youngsters already.

Pfizer, Moderno, AstraZeneca and Janssen are all being tested on under-18s.

WHITTY ‘OPTIMISTICFOR JULY OPENING

In its own clinical trial, Pfizer found that the vaccine appeared 100 por cento eficaz. There were no serious side effects.

No firm decision has been reached in Government over the issuedespite teaching unions calling for youngsters to get the vaccine.

That’s because children are very unlikely to be badly affected by coronavirusmeaning the jab wouldn’t be given to protect their health, but to boost the chances of a return to normality.

Prof Whitty said earlier this month that officials will weigh up any risk caused by the jab against the impact a missed education has on youngsters.

And Boris Johnson yesterday told the cabinet he was “increasingly confident” that all social-distancing rules will be removed on July 19 – and Brits will have tolearn to livewith the virus from there.

He said there had been “much shallower growth” in the number of deaths and patients requiring hospital care.

Covid cases are rising in the UK, although hospitalisations remain relatively low

Covid cases are rising in the UK, although hospitalisations remain relatively low

The Prime Minister’s spokesman said: “Cabinet agreed that once we have completed the road map, we will be able to live with Covid in the future even if cases continue to rise, thanks to the protections provided by the vaccine.”

And a readout from the meeting said: “The Prime Minister outlined that yesterday we finalised the interim review and that the data shows cases continuing to rise but hospitalisations and deaths have seen a much shallower growth.

He reiterated the Government’s position that we are therefore increasingly confident in taking the final step on July 19, when even more vaccinations have been offered.

Ontem, a total of 20,479 more Covid cases were recorded in the UKan increase of 75 per cent over the course of the week.

Hospital admissions in England have doubled this month but are still averaging only 204 a day, compared with a peak of more than 4,000 em janeiro.

And by July 19, two thirds of adults will have had both doses of their vaccines.

Chief scientific adviser Sir Patrick Vallance said last month that delaying the final relaxations until July 19 would halve the impact of a summer peak, but added that “it’s not very obvious that you get much more gain from going on longer”.

enquanto isso, new health secretary Sajid Javid said on Monday he wanted to get life back to normal “O mais breve possível” and vowed there will beno going backonce restrictions are finally ripped up in four weeks.

Um total de 23 Covid-19 deaths were recorded yesterday, para baixo de 27 last Tuesday.