«I would not recommend a two-dose vaccine regimen for a healthy child ages 0 to 12 years until we have more data,» Makary said. He said there is a «extremely low chance of any benefit for healthy children.» He said that vaccines should instead be sent to poorer countries to use to vaccinate their vulnerable populations first. Furthermore, the possible side effects of vaccinating children outweighs the minimal benefit.
Both mRNA vaccines have been found to be 100% effective in preventing COVID-19 in kids. But anytime a medication is found to be 100% effective, it should call to question whether the dose is too high, the interval is too short, or if there is a need for the second dose at all.
Source: The College Fix