US News On vaccines, Macron promises to say "what we know and what we don't know"

22:10  04 december  2020
22:10  04 december  2020 Source:   nouvelobs.com

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  Sur les vaccins, Macron promet de dire « ce qu’on sait et ce qu’on ne sait pas » © Copyright 2020, L'Obs

Operation: transparency! Emmanuel Macron assured during a visit to Necker hospital in Paris this Friday, December 4 that the government will say "very clearly what we know and what we do not know" about vaccines against Covid- 19.

While a good part of the French are suspicious of vaccines, more than in all EU countries, the Head of State reaffirmed that the vaccination campaign which will start in January "will be based on independent expertise and transparency ”and not just on information from pharmaceutical companies.

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The French vaccine strategy "is based on transparency", hammered Emmanuel Macron. "We will never say things that are not scientifically sound, that is why a leading expert [the infectious disease specialist Alain Fischer, editor's note] will say very clearly what we know and what we do not know. "

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Emmanuel Macron , center, in Albi, France, on Thursday.Credit Benoit Tessier/Reuters.

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" Mr. Vaccine "criticized

Alain Fischer, the" Mr. Vaccine "responsible for coordinating the vaccine strategy of the government , was attacked this Friday, December 4 by several political leaders. "With Mr. Vaccin, Professor Tournesol of the government, we are vaccinated against the vaccine!" "Rassemblement national MEP Gilbert Collard denounced.

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Former socialist minister Ségolène Royal called Alain Fischer a "disaster" that should be "quickly changed". His fault? To have a speech which would be, among other things, responsible for a fear of the vaccine: "When he says that nothing is certain, that the vaccine can be dangerous, it is a disaster. "

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Dr Pfeifer said : ' We 've made tremendous progress fighting the spread of pneumonia, especially among children. 'The advantage of our approach is that we don ' t have to apply the more complex chemistry that is 'What's really exciting is that we now have the ability - with the vaccine we 're developing - to

What, as they say , could possibly go wrong? The first thing to say is that, with something this new, we don ’ t really know . It could be that it is absolutely 100 percent safe. We are told that none of the mRNA can get into the nucleus of the cell, where it could become incorporated into the DNA. I hope so.

The Prime Minister, Jean Castex, while calling the French to be vaccinated, recalled Thursday, December 3 that those of the Moderna and Pfizer groups, developed with pioneering technology, should be the first to obtain a European authorization.

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"There is still a lot of things that we do not know about the virus," said Emmanuel Macron, and we "obviously do not know everything about vaccines coming in. "

The head of state stressed that the vaccination strategy will be based on the recommendations of the High Authority for Health (HAS). “We must not let people think that it is just the pharmaceutical companies that communicate. »

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"I am very attached to the fact that information is kept by independent public bodies and declined under the control of expertise and its transparency", he concluded.

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“ We are not sure it is an asteroid (that is, a natural body), as it could be the rocket booster of the Surveyor 2 NASA mission, dating back to The object will be the third known minimoon the Earth has had since records began, though there were likely many, many more throughout the planet's history.

Our lives as we know it have changed completely. We don ’ t even have a new normal yet. But I guess what I would have to say , now that I’ve had a minute or so to reflect on this, is that all the previous science — the vast majority of the previous science — about vaccines tells us that the

“Our great risk is to see the arrival of a new obscurantism, conspiracy at work, which even takes hold in the land of Pasteur and the Enlightenment. »

Sufficient to reassure the French? At present, around 61% of them do not intend to be vaccinated against Covid-19, according to an Ifop poll carried out on December 1 and 2 for CNews and Sud Radio, published on Thursday December 3. In detail, 33% will "probably not" go while the remaining 28% will "definitely not" go.

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In Le Creusot, Emmanuel Macron defends the "relevance" of nuclear power .
Visiting the Framatome site in Le Creusot on Tuesday, the President of the Republic once again defended nuclear energy as essential to the fight against global warming. A view highly contested by environmentalists and NGOs. © Laurent Cipriani / AP / SIPA Since Emmanuel Macron presents himself as a champion in the fight against climate change , he has never hidden that nuclear power remains at the heart of his strategy.

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