'No serious harms' from Pfizer vax in neurological paediatric patients

However, one child in the small study was affected by severe fatigue and agitation

In adolescents with serious neurological conditions, the side effects of the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine are likely to be mild to moderate and mostly clear up within three days, a small study suggests.

The 27 children in the UK study, aged 12 to 15, had muscular dystrophy, cerebral palsy, or other neurological diseases or conditions such as heart defects and immune deficiency, doctors report in Archives of Disease of Childhood.

All were considered to be at risk of respiratory infection and likely to need residential care at times,