By Julie M. Posted January 11, 2021 4:14 PM Updated January 11, 2021 4:55 PM
Criticized for the slowness of the implementation of the vaccination campaign in France, the government had decided to move up a gear and announced that it would publish, from January 5, 2021, a daily report to follow the progress of the vaccination campaign. day to day vaccination. However, this Monday, January 11, 2021, CovidTracker is still awaiting official public data on vaccination in France.
<p><span>A <strong>daily check-up</strong> to follow the <strong>vaccination in France</strong> ? This is what had announced <strong>Thomas fatome</strong>, the <span>director general of<strong>Health Insurance</strong>, which explains, Monday January 4, 2021: “<span><em>A first assessment will be provided from tomorrow, then on a daily basis as part of the communication from the Ministry and Public Health France</em>”.</span></span></span>
Only 516 French people had been vaccinated on January 1, 2021, while other European countries are already at several million people having received a first injection. France, criticized for more than a week for the slowness with which the vaccination started in the country, decides to move to a higher gear.
Olivier Véran announced on Thursday December 31, 2020 that caregivers over 50 could be vaccinated as of Monday, January 4, 2021, i.e. two months ahead of the initially planned schedule. Vaccination of personal health said “at risk” has also started even earlier than expected at thehotel-dieu in Paris from last Saturday.
On the other hand, Emmanuel Macron is organizing, this Monday, January 4, 2021, a vaccination campaign meeting, at the end of the afternoon and 35 citizens lambda drawn to develop the vaccine strategy should be selected during the day.
In the meantime, the government has set up a teleservice entitled Covid Vaccine for doctors, in order to d’ensure the vaccine traceability and stages of vaccination, from pre-vaccination consultation to the vaccine injections who has “already received initial connections and refills for pre-vaccine consultations and vaccinations “ according to Thomas Fatome.
The site CovidTracker, designated as a reference in monitoring the figures of the epidemic in France announces that its tool “Vaccine Tracker will now only be updated using official public data, as soon as these are available“and request or government to distribute it regularly in OpenData a review of number of people vaccinated against Covid-19 in France.
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