Adviser to the President for Health Affairs: Vaccinating students from 13 to 18 years of age with the Pfizer vaccine

Adviser to the President for Health Affairs: Vaccinating students from 13 to 18 years of age with the Pfizer vaccine
Adviser to the President for Health Affairs: Vaccinating students from 13 to 18 years of age with the Pfizer vaccine

Dr. Mohamed Awad Taj El-Din, Advisor to the President for Health and Prevention Affairs, revealed that students from the age of 13 to 18 years will be given the Corona “Pfizer” vaccine, because it has been fully approved internationally, explaining that the Pfizer vaccine has been approved for pregnant and lactating women, and it gives protection. For pregnant and newborn for 6 months.

Addressing the doctors, he added, during the 62nd conference of the Egyptian Society of Thoracic Diseases and Tuberculosis currently being held in Cairo, I convey to you the greetings of President Sisi through a call that took place between us yesterday evening, saying: “My greetings, my thanks and my pride to all the doctors, especially chest doctors, and in particular the doctors who treated Corona patients.”

Dr. Awad Taj El-Din explained that all types of Corona vaccines are available in Egypt, and there are some mild side effects of the vaccine, and we are recording any possible effects for it, adding that so far there have been no serious complications so far, He concluded by saying, “I took the Chinese vaccine, and I took the Pfizer vaccine, and I had no complications.”

It is reported that the conference was attended by members of the scientific committee to combat the Corona virus, with the participation of doctors from various Egyptian universities, and chest hospitals.

 
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