COVID-19: ‘Minimal risk’ of long-COVID in children

Sky News published this video item, entitled “COVID-19: ‘Minimal risk’ of long-COVID in children” – below is their description.

With the government set to announce whether 16 and 17-year-olds will be offered COVID vaccinations, a new study suggests children who become ill with COVID are unlikely to suffer long-term effects.

However, Sky News has spoken to one family who have been devastated by long COVID.

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