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Who can have the coronavirus vaccine?
Children aged 5 – 11 who are at a higher risk of being very unwell from coronavirus. This includes children with Down's syndrome, and children with a learning disability on the GP learning disability register.
Any child or young person aged 12 – 17.
Most people will be offered 2 doses of the coronavirus vaccine, but some people with a very weak immune system will be offered 3 doses of the vaccine.
Who can have a coronavirus booster vaccine?
Booster vaccines are only for people who have had 2 doses of the coronavirus vaccine (or 3 doses for people with a very weak immune system).
Royal Mencap Society have created a number of documents and resources about COVID-19 that you can download here as a PDF and may find useful:
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