- “France has received 8 million doses of vaccines since last December, and only 4 million injections so far.”
After a difficult start, the hope that the vaccine campaign would finally take off has finally set in, and the results are now disappointing. France Assos Sante Warning of several errors:
– Unable to make appointments online or by telephone and register on the waiting list at most sites.
– Lack of visibility on opening appointment slots when doses are delivered each week.
– France has received 8 million doses since last December, but not enough, and only 4 million injections so far.
Postponing the time for the administration of the second dose
As recommended by the High Authority of Health, the French authorities did not take advantage of the opportunity to postpone the deadline for the administration of the second dose, first to vaccinate large numbers of people quickly. Today, only 21% of people over the age of 75 (excluding nursing homes) are vaccinated, although this population is preferred due to its fragility and the possibility of developing a more severe form of the disease.
Among the recently identified developments, the general practitioners and pharmacologists of the French Association of Assos Santంటే are delighted to see the forces of the vaccine gaining momentum. Similarly, the opening of vaccines in organizations through an intermediary of occupational medicine allows many qualified workers to be vaccinated.
Make sure all people at risk are protected as soon as possible
However, Assos Santo of France recalls that it is essential to reach certain populations for vaccination:
– Elderly people living at home and people with disabilities who cannot turn around. We again ask that nurses be empowered as soon as possible to vaccinate at home.
– Stay away from digital people who are at risk and / or have no access to technology to make an appointment. Appropriate support is essential.
France’s Assos Sante called for “rapid development of conditions to implement the vaccination campaign, to ensure the protection of all at-risk populations as quickly and systematically as possible.”