Children’s schools have opened in many states, while in many other preparations are being made. At the same time, the plan to introduce corona vaccine to children is gaining momentum. Many companies have claimed to have made vaccines for children. He is going to take it off in a few months. As far as parents are concerned, 9 out of 10 are eager to vaccinate their children. Most parents are not in favor of sending their children to school without vaccination. A survey shows this. This survey is done by parenting brand Rabbitat. It surveyed parental opinion about children’s vaccinations. Its purpose was to know whether parents would consider sending their children to school without vaccination.
Only 1 in 10 parents did not want to vaccinate their children. Even though this number is small, it still remains a threat. The reason is that children with mild infection of Kovid can act as carriers. They can further spread the virus.
From a sample size of 300 parents, Rabbitat found that 1.2 percent of parents did not consider vaccinations important to children, 5.6% were uncertain and 93.2 percent considered them very important.
64 percent of parents’ vaccination
Of all the parents surveyed, 64.3% have been vaccinated. There were several main reasons for the rest not being vaccinated. These included recovery from COVID-19 and waiting for the recommended 60-90 day period before taking vaccination, pregnancy and breastfeeding, and lack of availability of vaccines in their area and non-availability of slots.
Which vaccine do you trust the most?
When asked which vaccine brand/company they prefer? 57.4 percent liked Covishield, 22.2 percent liked Covaxin, 14.8 percent liked Sputnik and 5.6 percent did not like any of the three. When asked whether they are willing to have their children vaccinated when the vaccine is over, 89.5 per cent of parents want their children to be vaccinated, 8.9 per cent of parents are unsure and 1.6 per cent do not want it.
The most concerning matter regarding children is the reopening of schools. Since vaccination will play a major role in keeping children safe, the survey asked whether they would send their children to school without vaccination. 89.7 per cent parents did not want to send their children to school without vaccination. While 10.3 per cent said they are comfortable sending them even without vaccination.