In Nepal, COVID-19 immunisation for children aged 5 to 12 has begun.

Nepal has introduced COVID vaccination for children aged 5-12 years . Students queued in a queue at their school to grab their first dose of the anti-COVID vaccine .

In the first phase of the vaccination program, Nepal has introduced COVID vaccination for children aged 5-12 years.Students queued in a queue at their school to grab their first dose of the anti-COVID vaccine, according to the health ministry.According to the health ministry, there have been 1300 vaccination centers planned for the purpose of assisting and vaccinating around 3.9 million children.Small children are now being vaccinated for the very first time, which is positive and sends out a positive message that the government is sending to the world, according to Dolma Lama, a secondary-level teacher at a local school in Kathmandu.

Up to 190,000 children of the targeted age group will be vaccinated at their respective schools in Kathmandu, but I am feeling really good because, up until now, only a few adults and older children have been vaccinated and are free from coronavirus, but now only the younger children will be.So, it's great to see that even children from around the world are safe from COVID-19, according to Abhik Pandey, a secondary-level student.Nepal started the formal roll-out on June 19 with the assistance of the US through the COVAX program, and the first dose will be delivered to children of 27 districts from June 23 to 27, with the second dose from September 12 to 17.Earlier, when there was no electricity and everybody was isolated, I was afraid.I was a little afraid and never went outside, but after being vaccinated, I think everyone is fine and I dont think I will get COVID anymore, Erum Javed Ansari, a secondary school student, shared her story with us.Nepal reported 49 new COVID-19 cases in the last 24 hours.