UK parents: share your experiences of Covid reinfections in children

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<span>Photograph: Ian West/PA</span>
Photograph: Ian West/PA

While Covid cases in the UK have fallen in the past few weeks, there is a rise among children where vaccination rates remain slow.

Children between the ages of 12-15 are eligible for a vaccine, while vulnerable five- to 11-year-olds are also able to have a Covid vaccine.

We would like to hear from parents in the UK about their experiences of Covid infection and reinfection among their children. How many times has your child tested positive for Covid? Do you have any concerns? What are your views on vaccinations for children?

Share your experiences

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