US News Vaccination. The firefighters will be able to give injections, under conditions
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Firefighters, marine firefighters and rescuers are authorized to inject anti-Covid vaccines, according to a decree published on Friday March 12, 2021 in the official journal.
The firefighters had already been mobilized since January on the front of thecampaign against , but they will now also be able to carry out vaccine injections.
A decree published in the Official Journal this Friday, March 12, 2021, authorizes firefighters, marine firefighters and rescuers trained in vaccination to inject the vaccines against Covid-19.
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A step hailed on Twitter by the Minister of the Interior Gérald Darmanin, who sees new forces in the battle against the epidemic:
Firefighters, marine firefighters and rescuers trained in vaccination will be able to inject vaccines against.
New forces in the battle against the epidemic. Thanks to them.- Gérald DARMANIN (@GDarmanin)
The decree published in theprovides that firefighters can inject vaccines to anyone, except people with a history of anaphylactic reaction to one of the components of these vaccines or having presented an anaphylactic reaction during the first injection.
The text also provides that firefighters will vaccinate under the responsibility of a doctor who can intervene at any time, and on condition that they have received specific training.The firefighters concerned by the decree are: professional firefighters and volunteers holding teamwork training in the field of emergency assistance to people, Paris firefighters, Marseille firefighters, and rescuers from military civil security training, holders of certain training elementary.
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The French firefighters were already active in the vaccination campaign. They announced Tuesday, March 9 that they had vaccinated more than 200,000 people against Covid-19 in two days last Saturday and Sunday,campaign, and said they were ready to continue. Our doctors and nurses vaccinated a little more than 200,000 people on Saturday and Sunday, or 40% of the total number of injections administered during this first weekend of mass vaccination, announced to AFP Grégory Allione, president of the National Federation of Firefighters of France (FNSPF).
Vaccination campaigns had also been carried out by firefighters,.
On these operations, the firefighters organized the assembly, the preparation and the logistics but only the doctors and nurses of the firefighters practiced the injections themselves. Already used to the vaccination centers, the firefighters will therefore be able to intensify their participation. We ran the whole organization this weekend, but we couldn't inject the vaccine. What can now be done thanks to the decree, welcomes the communication service of the Marseille firefighter battalion.
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