Las Vegas, Nevada 2021-06-10 02:51:54 –
Las Vegas (KTNV) — The COVID-19 vaccine is called the medical wonder and is the answer to seeing a coronavirus-free world.
According to the Nevada Department of Health and Human Services, more than two million vaccines have been given in Silver. Children over the age of 12 can now be vaccinated with the Pfizer vaccine. Many parents are jumping at the opportunity, but others still reserve the safety of the vaccine.
Dr. Kamirasen, a pediatrician at the Nevada Health Center, said: “We want to test the fact that they are concerned. You should be there whenever you give your child any kind of drug, whether vaccine or not.
“But I really want to emphasize the fact that vaccines are safe and effective,” she said.
Nevada Health Center The state’s largest federal-funded health center.
“Our mission is to provide quality medical care to people who are otherwise inaccessible,” said Dr. Larsen.
The center offers primary care, dental services, mental health services and more.
Dr. Larsen says most children can tolerate the coronavirus more than adults. That doesn’t mean they can’t hurt them.
“There are quite a few children who have a severe response to the virus. For example, pediatric multisystem inflammatory syndrome affects more than 3,600 children nationwide,” said Dr. Larsen.
“It is important to prevent major illnesses, even in children who are less affected by the virus. We do it with vaccines.”
Dr. Larsen says the side effects of the vaccine in children are similar to those in adults. “The most common things we see are body aches, fever, joint and muscle aches, and perhaps nausea,” Dr. Larsen said, adding that the symptoms are usually mild.
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