This Monday, May 31, 2021 (consolidated data), 25.800.383 (+346.251) people have received at least one first dose of vaccine against the coronavirus in France, i.e. 38.40% of the French population. 12.163.633 (+238.546) people are fully vaccinated which represents 18.10% of the population.
Percentage of population by region having received a first dose of vaccine in France:
Since the start of the vaccination campaign in France, 25.800.383 first injections of vaccine and 12.163.633 second injections were performed (provisional data awaiting consolidation).
Priority audiences eligible for vaccination are defined by the health authorities:
- Elderly people residing in EHPAD or USLD (0.6 million people);
- People aged 55 and over not residing in EHPAD or USLD and residents aged 55 and over accommodated in FTM – excluding professionals below (21.0 million people);
- Health professionals and workers in health or medico-social establishments (2.5 million people);
- Firefighters and home helpers in the service of disabled or elderly people (0.6 million people);
- People aged 50 to 54 inclusive who present with comorbidities (1.0 million people);
- Vulnerable people at very high risk of serious forms as mentioned by the orientation council of the vaccination strategy (0.8 million people);
- Vulnerable disabled people cared for in nursing homes and specialized homes (<0.1 million people);
- Pregnant women from the 2nd quarter (0.6 million people).
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Covid: nurses authorized to prescribe vaccines as of March 26
After asking for it for several weeks, they won their case: nurses are now authorized to prescribe Covid-19 vaccines themselves for their patients. This new jurisdiction comes into force on Friday March 26, 2021.
Covid: Denmark permanently suspends use of AstraZeneca vaccine
Due to fears related to the formation of blood clots in vaccinated people, Denmark announced this Wednesday, April 14, to definitively suspend the use of the AstraZeneca vaccine. A decision that follows that taken in mid-March to temporarily suspend its use, after suspected cases of thrombosis, like Iceland, Norway and Ireland. Germany and France had also followed suit.
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The vaccination campaign is accelerating in France and the questions are numerous. We take stock of what we know today about vaccines against Covid-19 and the strategy adopted for the French.