I think I'm sort of wandering into Solid territory and the 'experimental' nature of the Covid vaccines with regard to children. The childhood vaccines you name are all longstanding and unless a parent is just antivax no matter what, there's very little risk so not much need to worry. Let's not forget that smallpox was eradicated by vaccination. However, for a growing child I think there is a need to be more cautious. I would put it this way - I would encourage my children to have their children vaccinated against childhood illnesses ( I didn't need to as they all chose independently to have their children vaccinated anyway) but if they asked my advice about the Covid jab I don't think I could encourage it. My grandchildren are actually all too young to be considered for it ..... yet.