Last week, 16 and 17-year-olds across the UK started being invited to book their Covid vaccine, after the government's Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation recommended that age group should be offered the jab.
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Prof Adam Finn, a paediatrician who sits on the JCVI, says this decision is "a delicate balance" because older people are more likely to get seriously ill with Covid.
He tells BBC Breakfast the rollout is moving "cautiously" down through the age groups, but says it's clear the number of 16 and 17-year-olds getting seriously ill with the virus merits offering them a first dose.
While most young people who get Covid only have mild symptoms, Prof Finn says: "We are seeing cases in hospital even into this age group - we've had a couple of 17-year-olds here in Bristol admitted and needing intensive care over the course of the last four to six weeks - and so we are beginning to see a small number of serious cases."