¿Es prioritario vacunar a niños de 3-11 años contra COVID-19 en Colombia?
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Palabras clave

CoronaVac
Colombia
COVID-19
Vacunas

Cómo citar

Bautista, L. E., Rodríguez-Villamizar, L. A., Herrera-Galindo, V. M., Martínez-Vega, R. A. ., Sosa-Ávila, L. M., Oróstegui Arenas, M., Vera-Cala, L. M., Alvarado-Socarrás, J. L., & Idrovo, A. J. (2021). ¿Es prioritario vacunar a niños de 3-11 años contra COVID-19 en Colombia?. Salud UIS, 53. https://doi.org/10.18273/saluduis.53.e:21038

Resumen

En octubre 31 del 2021, Colombia inició la vacunación contra COVID-19 para niños de 3 a 11 años de edad, con
la vacuna CoronaVac (Sinovac). Esta estrategia se implementó en ausencia de un informe técnico sobre la eficacia
y seguridad de CoronaVac en niños, y sin una evaluación del costo-beneficio de esta, en comparación con otras
estrategias. En este comentario se consideran aspectos fundamentales que debieron tomarse en cuenta al ponderar si
los beneficios de esta estrategia eran mayores que sus riesgos. Específicamente, la eficacia y seguridad de CoronaVac
en niños de 3 a 11 años, la relación riesgo/beneficio de la estrategia, el rol de los niños en la transmisión comunitaria
de SARS-CoV-2, y las implicaciones éticas de la estrategia.

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