Germany Health Minister Jens Spahn hopes that a vaccine will also be available for children and adolescents in the summer, Pledge Times reports.
He admits that the vaccination campaign in Germany will have a difficult start.
Spahn (CDU) has promised a vaccine against the coronavirus suitable for children and adolescents this summer.
There is currently no vaccine approved for children and adolescents, said Spahn, who was online as a guest at the Hessian Union’s annual kick-off exam on Friday evening.
BioNTtech / Pfizer's vaccine is approved from 16 years of age, the other two vaccines from Moderna and AstraZeneca from 18 years.