This Friday, July 23rd at Gers Prefecture, announcements were made regarding the spread of Covid 19 and most importantly its variant delta. To this end, Gers Prefect, Javier Brunetier, gathered around his table, Mirande Deputy Prefect Delphine Grail-Dumas in charge of the vaccine file, SDIS32 Director Jean-Louis Ferres, ARS Deputy Director Julian Fecherol Gears and AMF 32 President Ms Frax Cristi .
Warning in children 20-30 years
From the outset, Javier Brunetier reported that the spread of the virus was dazzling, with 85% of the contaminants associated with the Delta variant “affecting and disrupting economic and social activities, which had to be shut down as some resting place. Due to contact cases” 115 cases for residents [Pour la Région ce taux est de 227 cas] And in young people aged 20 to 30 this rate is over 200 cases per 100,000 residents.
To stop this spread of the virus as soon as possible, it is necessary to vaccinate with revenge, with 11,000 first injections from July 12 to 21, indicating the prefect of Gers. “We have the ability to maintain this momentum and respond to maximum vaccine capacity even in the heart of summer,” it affirms. According to Colonel Ferres, Gers now vaccinated 66% of the population.
Dolphin Grail-Dumas is developing an attack plan that says “four vaccination centers will be operational in August, including the Mauzone, Isle-Jordan-Samatan, Nogaro and condoms in Achilles, which will open in August.” These are 7000 opportunities for vaccination, which are available. However, Mirande and Florence centers will be closed after August 3. Vaccinations will be possible on Tuesday, July 27 from 8pm to 10pm in Florence and also on the old nursery school from 1pm to 6pm during the festival in Marseilles.
Among the “discoveries” was the revelation that the vaccine operation would take place at the Dolphin Grail-Dumas Fermiers du Gerse slaughterhouse and at the Barboton Thermal Center. On the other hand, in addition to doctors, pharmacists in Acetane will soon be able to vaccinate with the Pfizer vaccine by appointment.
Finally, the 0800 72 32 32 telephone platform for making appointments is open Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.