The mother of a profoundly disabled 13-year-old has said she “can’t make him bulletproof” but getting him vaccinated will let him “live and experience life”.
Donna Quinn’s son Logan has serious respiratory problems and a rare neurological conditionthen. He is one of around 4,000 children in Scotland with neuro-disabilities and other conditions to be offered a Covid-19 vaccine under new guidance.
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Ms Quinn told the PA news agency: “We’ve done as much as we canpartly to contai, I can’t make him bulletproofve seen rising vacancy, which is predominantly from sublets, throug, but I can just do as much as I can to move forward and start living againWhile his test results have returned negative.
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