October 25, 2021

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TV7 video. “Thanks to the vaccine, we have eliminated garbage this summer,” according to ARS Director General Benoit Ellebood.

TV7 video.  "Thanks to the vaccine, we have eliminated garbage this summer," according to ARS Director General Benoit Ellebood.

Benoit Ellebood, Director General of the Nouvelle-Aquitaine Regional Health Organization, was a guest on TV7 on Tuesday morning.

The rate of events is declining, but still beyond the warning limit, the coronavirus epidemic, even though it has slowed down, is not yet behind us. ARS Nouvelle-Aquitaine Director General Benoit Ellebood was a guest on TV7 on Tuesday morning to pick up stock this new summer in times of epidemic.

“Thanks to the vaccine, we prevent trash, but we must always be careful,” Benoit Ellebood explained. Currently, the indicators are low, which can be reassuring, but the start of the academic year could create a new mix in the population. “

The third dose is coming

The ARS Director is pleased that the Novel-Aquitaine region is one of the most vaccinated, with a full vaccination schedule or a resident rate of 2 to 3% to 64% above the national average.

Another topic under discussion: the third dose of the vaccine. Appointments can be made this Wednesday. “The recall is for people over the age of 80 and those with comorbidities, as well as those who had their second dose six months ago, so it does not represent a lot of people outside of Ehopod at this time,” Benoît Elleboode said.

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