The Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation (JCVI) failed to endorse vaccines for teens despite considering evidence that the jabs would reduce infections, hospitalisations and some deaths in the age group, the Guardian reports.

“The JCVI consistently minimise the chance of bad outcomes of Covid in children as being very rare, but emphasise the rarer chance of developing myocarditis following vaccination,” said Professor Christina Pagel.

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