Do 16 and 17-year-olds need parental consent to get the Covid vaccine?

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    One of the primary reasons behind the latest push is the proximity to new school terms.

    While Covid cases are now dropping, infection rates may accelerate when schools return in a few weeks.

    Younger people tend not to experience the worst side effects of the jab, and until now, officials reserved them for children with chronic illnesses.

    Anyone over 12 living with a chronic illness that may make them vulnerable to the disease or someone else who is clinically susceptible can receive a jab.



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