Covid 19 Vaccination Rights for Indonesian Children

NURHAYATI, BERNADETA RESTI (2021) Covid 19 Vaccination Rights for Indonesian Children. In: Health Law International Online Seminar COVID-ȀȈ VACCINATION: HEALTH LAW, JUSTICE Ǿ HUMAN RIGHT PERSPECTIVES MASTER OF HEALTH LAW XXXII & XXXIII SOEGIJAPRANTA CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY, Soegijapranata Catholic University. (Submitted)

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Children are the future of the nation. This statement is not an exaggeration since they should be well prepared to take the control and grasp the promising future ahead. This pandemic situation are big threat to human life in general. Our data points that children and teenagers who are infected by corona virus show little to no symptoms. Nevertheless, CDC (center of disease control) states that children and teenagers who belong to older group of population, mainly between 10-20 years old, according to recent data may have chance of developing deadlier symptomps and complications, including respiratory failure another research concludes that they belong to relatively saver and healthier group of population. However the author is insisting a particular form of protection needs to be taken to preserve their wellbeingness through this pandemic. This paper aims to study the importance of children protection in form of vaccination for indonesian children. The method itself is normative-juridical review. Although children and teenager who are infected covid 19 belong to arguably safer and healthier group of people, as well as carry less risk of death than the older member of the population, they still entitled to sound protection and can contribute to overall healthiness of the society if they get vaccinated immediately. This also reflects how the government empower social justice and health prioritization as the practice of human rights.

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item (Speech)
Subjects: 300 Social Sciences > 340 Law
Divisions: Faculty of Law and Communication > Department of Law
Depositing User: Ms B. Resti Nurhayati
Date Deposited: 04 Aug 2021 02:40
Last Modified: 04 Aug 2021 02:40

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