Montauban: the Eurhythmia vaccinodrome will close on September 20, the room will regain its cultural vocation

the essential
Since May 10, Eurythmy hosted the largest Covid vaccination center in Tarn-et-Garonne. The hall will regain its original vocation, hosting shows and concerts. From September 21, the vaccinodrome will be transferred to the market-station which will be able to accommodate the first vaccine candidates on the 24th.

It was the first large capacity vaccination center in Montauban. Opened on May 10, the Euryhythmia vaccinodrome was only to last until the end of September and it is done. Music, culture and artists will finally be able to take back their rights in this performance hall. Vaccination is maintained until September 20 inclusive.

Then the vaccination center will move to the Marché station as of September 21. It will take a few days of installation because its reopening is only scheduled for Friday, September 24. According to the town hall of Montauban, the vaccination rate remains unchanged.

More than 1000 injections per day

With more than a thousand injections per day, the Eurythmy room had become essential for all Tarn-et-Garonnais wishing to be vaccinated. Firefighters, doctors, nurses or even administrative staff of the town hall, around thirty people ensured its operation. The stage had disappeared to make way for the islets, the queues of waiting chairs and the ten vaccination lines. Art and, perhaps, some form of normalcy seem to be making a comeback. On September 29, the Grande Sophie is notably one of the artists who will inaugurate this great comeback!


Montauban Eurhythmia vaccinodrome close September room regain cultural vocation

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