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  • ,Health Minister Khairy Jamaluddin says children moderately or severely immunocompromised must receive three primary doses of the Covid-19 vaccine before getting booster doses. – The Malaysian Insight file pic, June 29, 2022.

    CHILDREN between five and 17 years old and moderately or severely immunocompromised should receive a third dose of the Covid-19 vaccine to complete the three-dose primary immunisation plan, says Health Minister Khairy Jamaluddin.

    In a statement today on the recommendation by the technical working committee for the Covid-19 vaccine, Khairy said the procedure or mechani *** for the implementation of the third dose as well as the first booster dose for adolescents would be finalised and announced soon.

    He said the recommendation was made based on the current situation on the level of effectiveness of the vaccine among high-risk adolescents.

    Khairy said the committee recommended that the booster dose for those moderately or severely immunocompromised aged between 12 and 17 be recategorised as the third dose and complement the primary vaccination. 

    “Only after completing the three-dose primary series, then the first booster dose can be given to people with moderate to severe immunocompromity aged between 12 and 17.

    “This measure aims to provide optimal protection to this group of teenagers from the risk of getting Covid-19 infection with severe symptoms,” he said. 

    On April 14, the Health Ministry announced the administration of a booster dose to moderately and severely immunocompromised children aged 12 and above.

    As of yesterday, the vaccination rate of the primary dose of Covid-19 vaccine for adolescents was at 93.5%. 

    However, studies from abroad have shown that the effectiveness of the vaccine in preventing hospital admissions among adolescents after five to 10 months of receiving a second dose decreased by 42 to 73%. 

    Khairy said additional doses either to complete the three-dose primary vaccination series or as first and second booster doses would be given to those moderately or severely immunocompromised by public or private physicians. 

    Khairy said additional doses for children aged between five and 11 would be given at least eight weeks after their second dose. 

    For children between the ages of 12 and 17, he said they would receive an additional dose at least 28 days after receiving their second dose. 

    He said the second booster dose would be given to individuals between the ages of 18 and 59, including front-line health workers such as medical officers and nurses who were at high risk of getting a serious or severe Covid-19 infection.

    “These people will receive a second booster dose at least six months after the first booster dose and after discussing with any registered medical practitioner,” he said. 

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