first city in France to vaccinate patients over 75 years old outside nursing homes

    first city in France to vaccinate patients over 75 years old outside nursing homes

    A flaw in the Doctolib appointment system allowed patients to be vaccinated a week before the start of the national campaign.

    The city of Nancy began on Tuesday, January 12 in the morning to vaccinate against Covid-19 people over 75 years old outside nursing homes, almost a week before the start of the national campaign, according to the town hall, which however encourages patients interested in waiting until Wednesday.

    A flaw in the Doctolib appointment system has allowed some patients to make one on Tuesday to be vaccinated, while vaccination is normally reserved for nursing staff.

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