UK parents: share your thoughts on Covid vaccines for children

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<span>Photograph: Jacob King/AP</span>
Photograph: Jacob King/AP

Children in the UK who are aged 16 and 17 are expected to be offered Covid vaccines “imminently” said Michelle Donelan, the universities minister.

We would like to hear from parents on their thoughts about vaccinating children and what they think about offering jabs to those who are younger.

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