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10 January 2022 Posted by 

COVID-19 VACCINATIONS FOR CHILDREN START

Beatix, 6, among first in West

SIX-year-old Beatrix was one of the first children to be vaccinated at The Granville Centre Vaccination Clinic today with COVID-19 vaccinations for children aged 5 to 11 years old commencing across NSW.

 

“My vaccine didn’t hurt! It was quick and easy. To everyone out there, get vaccinated,” the six-year-old said.

 

Beatrix’s mum Carly accompanied her to the vaccination saying, “if there’s anything as parents we can do to keep our kids safe, we should do it, and that’s why I haven’t hesitated to get my daughter vaccinated.”

 

NSW Health vaccination clinics across the state are administering the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine to children.
 
Parents can book their child’s appointment at a range of centres including general practitioners, community pharmacies, and NSW Health clinics.

 

 



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