The Grail. In the gardens of the Palace of Versailles, the loving couple posed for a selfie, branding their vaccination certificates as trophies. As soon as posted on Instagram, stitched immediately. Sunglasses, masks down, they got Pfizer’s first injection In the ephemeral vaccinodrome set up in late May. Promise of “You can go on vacation wherever you want”. It was sunny, hot, Diana-Eve and Shane Will go first “To celebrate” Their first dose On The Terrace.
Terraces “Congestion”, Jean crossed them on his bike on his way to the vaccination center in Saint-Monde (Wal-de-Marne) to receive his first dose. At age 33, this engineer received an appointment on the first day of vaccination for all adults. “Wisdom”, He has not yet been allowed to share a drink with colleagues after work. “I hope I can let it go a little bit now.”
In the evidence collected The world This diffuse perfume of great relaxation of barrier signals floats near vaccines for the first time.
Anne-Sophie, 49, talks about “Great relief”. The week after she was given the injection, she had dinner at a restaurant with friends before joining a party with 20 people in her building. “Without really thinking, I kissed three people to say goodbye at the end of the evening, while honoring the barrier gestures for months.. Do not mark the hand, normal kiss, right after on the left cheek ”, Anne-Sophie, still stunned by his gesture. “An innate desire to bind me to others?” Need to find a normal life? “
Franకోois Nippler was a general practitioner in Burg-de Oyson (Isare). The next day she had her first injection, she “So relieved and happy” She forgot to put on her gloves to do the antigen test. Today she “Leaves his mask regularly in stores”. And then with friends, “We kiss each other, we hug!” Finally! “
“Health activities have a significant social cost. People get tired of not seeing each other and not touching each other,” said Jocelyn Roud, a teacher-researcher in social psychology
“This sense of relief is associated with the relaxation of behaviors associated with vaccination, Jocelyn Roud, a teacher-researcher in social psychology at the School of Advanced Studies in Public Health, and author of a recent article on decision-makers of preventive behavior in the context of the Kovid-19 epidemic. Health activities have a significant social cost. People get tired of not seeing each other and not touching each other. “
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