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Muslim parents refuse to allow children to have a flu vaccine because treatment is not halal
Muslim parents refuse to allow their children to participate in the fight against influenza vaccine as treatment is not halal
Nasal spray Fluenz Tetra contains porcine gelatin that is considered haraum
The Muslim Council of Great Britain, that spray will only be resolved if life is at risk
By Dianne Apen-sadler About Mailonline
Published: 20:05 EDT, July 28, 2019 | Updated: 20:05 EDT, July 28, 201
Muslim parents refuse to allow their children to have a nasal influenza vaccine because the treatment is not halal. spray – Fluenz Tetra – containing pork gelatin last year, but the issue was re-emphasized before a new national engine.
At that time, the Vegetarian Society tagged the use of the ingredient in three vaccines as "disappointing", while the Muslim Council of the United Kingdom said the spray would only be allowed if there was no alternative and life was at risk.
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But admission to areas with a high percentage of Muslim practitioners Dr Shuja Shafi, chair of the Committee of Research and Documentation of the Muslim Council of Welsh "We consulted scientists, and that's their point … we need another year last year, Dr. Shaffy called on doctors to find a" long-term solution "on the matter: Two other vaccines, MMR VaxPro and Zostavax, also containing gelatine
An injectable version of the non-pork gelatine-containing spray that exists as a hamster exists but is currently given only to high-risk children
The alternative is said to be less effective because it reduces the spread of influenza and may require two doses.
Dr. Mary Ramsey, head of immunization at PHE, told Telegraph: "Our first priority is to ensure that vaccines are safe and effective … PHE encourages parents to seek advice from their beliefs or community leaders about to inform their decision. "
The concern was first raised on Fluenz Tetra spray – containing pork gelatin last year, but the problem was highlighted New to new national drive (photo)  Advertising  Share or comment on this article: