Egypt set to approve Sinovac and Pfizer vaccines for children

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The Egyptian high committee for managing the COVID-19 pandemic is proceeding with a plan to vaccinate children aged between 12 and 18. It has approved the administering of two vaccines including China’s Sinovac on children. The country is expected to begin inoculation of children within two months.

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