LHe suggested that in the opinion published by the Superior Council of Health (CSS) on Thursday, we could be vaccinated simultaneously against seasonal flu and Kovid-19. It is also possible to be vaccinated simultaneously with other vaccines. The conclusions of this view also apply to young people, although the CSS recalls that vaccinations of the basic vaccination schedule should always be given priority.
The Vaccine Task Force requested the opinion of the Upper Health Council in early September regarding the co-administration of vaccines against Kovid-19 with other vaccines. The company has attracted recent studies and previous experiences with simultaneous vaccination to demonstrate its positive results.
Regarding vaccines other than seasonal influenza, the CSS assumes that there is still little data available for simultaneous vaccination, but that “simultaneous vaccination with vaccines other than seasonal influenza is also possible”.
Finally, the notion that young people and adolescents may experience more side effects after vaccination against Kovid-19 than the elderly, and that, as part of the basic vaccination schedule, they may also receive other vaccines, which are sometimes more obvious, such as HPV (human papillomavirus) or dTpa (diphtheria,) Tetanus and pertussis) side effects similar to vaccines.
Other countries in the world have already decided to allow simultaneous vaccination, such as the United States and France.