FHI: Children born between 2006 and 2008 should be offered one dose of the corona vaccine

FHIPhoto: Fredrik Hagen / NTB

Children born between 2006 and 2008 in upper secondary school should be offered one dose of the corona vaccine, the National Institute of Public Health (FHI) recommends.

At the government’s press conference at noon, it will be clear whether Solberg decided to follow the National Institute of Public Health’s recommendation.

The Norwegian Institute of Public Health has spent the summer assessing whether children and young people should be offered a corona vaccine.

Children and young people aged 12–15 who are at risk of becoming seriously ill from the coronavirus have been offered a vaccine. 

According to the Norwegian Institute of Public Health, this group comprises between 2,000 and 3,000 children.

A number of other countries are already vaccinating children over the age of 12 against coronavirus, including Finland, Denmark, Cyprus, New Zealand, Ireland, and the United States.

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1 Comment on "FHI: Children born between 2006 and 2008 should be offered one dose of the corona vaccine"

  1. And my son over here was born in 2008. Which vaccine will it be? The safe Pfizer vaccine?
    We should remember the 100+ Norwegian kids suffering lifelong narcolepsy from the 2009 swine flue adjuvant vaccine.

    I think I have the Delta COVID right now … thanks to the Høyre government not mandating facemasks even on public transportation. (On Saturday, I and only a few others were wearing facemasks. Facemasks obstruct it spreading out from people who have the virus and don’t know it … which is most of the infected people for up to 10 days.)

    On late Monday or early Tuesday, I began uncontrollably sneezing … up to 7 continuously … which is a symptom of those who are vaccinated … I was, 3+ weeks ago … getting it.

    I immediately when into my bronchitis regimen of anti-disease nutrition, thanks to my landlord getting these from the supermarket:

    Broccoli – raw, under the circumstances – and my sense of taste is unfortunately still good. :-/ 🙂
    Raw/snack carrots

    I used my Postural Drainage technique to let the crud slide down out of my bronchial tubes and/or lungs to cough it out. Yesterday, the virus crud was so sticky/active that when I spit it out into the sink it wouldn’t wash down. I had to pick/wipe it up with toilet paper.

    Today the crud globs were darker and easily washed down the sink, indicating the virus is dying.

    To stop the sneezing, using my tongue I sucked the mucus down out of my nasal passages through the 2 ventilation holes at the back of my mouth/throat and spit it out, and that apparently got the infected/infecting virus out, although I still have a runny nose.

    I also have had a mild fever.

    My landlords have been wonderful, and the wife is helping me set up the confirming test for tomorrow.

    To get back to facemasking for kids, the virus can be fatal depending on how much “dosage” a person gets. Facemasks can’t stop the Delta aerosol/vapor … as was seen in that class in California, when the teacher took off her mask for reading and infected half of the students who were wearing masks … but facemasks *can* stop the droplets.

    So the Høyre government definitely should be mandating facemasking … for everyone!

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