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  2. Will the COVID-19 Vaccine Be Safe for Babies? - Verywell Family

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    COVID-19 vaccines are not yet approved for babies. COVID-19 vaccines are now available, safe, effective, and encouraged for those age 5 and up. 1 When the vaccines are approved for babies 6 months old and up, they also will be safe and recommended. By vaccinating adults and older children, we can build herd immunity and protect babies. 2

  3. Baby Vaccines at Birth | CDC - Centers for Disease Control ...

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    All babies should get the first shot of hepatitis B vaccine within 24 hours of birth. This shot reduces the risk of your baby getting the disease from you or family members who may not know they are infected with hepatitis B. If you have hepatitis B, your baby should get the first shot of hepatitis vaccine within 12 hours of birth.

  4. Vaccines for Children - A Guide for Parents and Caregivers | FDA

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    Like any medicine, vaccines have benefits and risks, and although highly effective, no vaccine is 100 percent effective in preventing disease or 100 percent safe in all individuals. Most side...

  5. Vaccine Safety: Are Vaccines Safe? | Children's Hospital of ...

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    Using this definition, no vaccine is 100 percent safe. Almost all vaccines can cause pain, redness or tenderness at the site of injection. And some vaccines cause more severe side effects. For example, the original pertussis (whooping cough) vaccine could cause persistent, inconsolable crying, high fever or seizures associated with fever.

  6. How Safe Is The Vaccine For Babies? News

  7. It's Safe to Follow the Vaccine Schedule for Babies. Here's ...

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    Infants get two or three doses of rotavirus vaccine, but after babies reach 8 months old, these vaccines carry an increased risk of a condition called intussusception, when one segment of the...

  8. COVID-19 vaccines for kids: What you need to know

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    It’s estimated that this vaccine is about 51% effective in preventing COVID-19 in babies ages 6 months through 23 months. For kids ages 2 through 5 years old, the vaccine is estimated to be 37% effective in preventing COVID-19. Both vaccines contain lower amounts of mRNA than the mRNA COVID-19 vaccines for older children and adults.

  9. The COVID-19 Vaccine for Infants, Toddlers & Young Children

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    Data from clinical trials shows that the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine is safe and effective at preventing symptomatic COVID-19 in children under 5 (as well as in those 5 and older). Clinical trials looking at the safety and efficacy of the Moderna vaccine in children have also yielded positive results.

  10. Vaccines for Your Children By Age | CDC

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    Vaccines are recommended throughout your child’s life to protect against serious, sometimes deadly diseases. Find out which vaccines are recommended for your child based on their age. Pregnancy Birth 1-2 Months 4 Months 6 Months 7-11 Months 12-23 Months 2-3 Years 4-6 Years 7-10 Years 11-12 Years 13-18 Years Stay on track with your child's vaccines

  11. Getting your baby or toddler's COVID vaccine - BabyCenter

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    Yes, the COVID vaccine is safe for children 6 months and up, and it can't give the virus to your child. Both the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines are messenger RNA (mRNA) vaccines. The mRNA vaccines do not carry any live or dead parts of the COVID-19 virus. Instead, mRNA vaccines use mRNA created in a lab.

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