The anti-coronavirus vaccination of teenagers aged between 12 and 15 has been launched in most parts of Great Britain.
Report informs, citing TASS, that the process is expected to cover a total of nearly 3,000,000 people.
In England, teenagers are mostly inoculated in schools, while Wales carries out this process in schools and vaccination sites. In Scotland, teenagers may be inoculated at clinics in a first-come order or wait for an invitation by post. In Northern Ireland, the vaccination of teenagers will start at schools from October.
No permission from parents is required if there is the understanding that a child can decide for himself. Chief Medical Officer of England Chris Whitty said earlier that children and their parents come to the same decision in most cases.