Offbeat Vaccination in Ile-de-France: A quarter of the centers will close during the summer
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to adapt to the departures on vacation in July and August, 25% of the Francilian vaccination centers will close. Those of Seine-Saint-Denis will remain open and "special operations" should be carried out in the departmentepidemie - to adapt to departures On vacation in July and August, 25% of the Francilian vaccination centers will close. Those of Seine-Saint-Denis will remain open and "special operations" should be carried out in the
department near a quarter ofcenters will temporarily close this summer, but not In where the needs are important. According to the Regional Health Agency (ARS) of Île-de-France, all the centers of Seine-Saint-Denis "should remain open". The ARS even plans to multiply "special operations".
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At the approach of the great departures on vacation, all the ARS received for instruction to prepare their "business continuity plan" in screening and vaccination against CVIV-19. An exercise carried out with mayors and prefects, for both to anticipate the summer demand and guarantee sufficient supply, taking into account the holidays of caregivers and the will of certain elected representatives to recover the premises made available.
Result of the races, in Île-de-France, between July 5 and August 29, "the vaccine offer should be maintained up to 82% of the capacity of injections and 77% of the number of centers".
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Adjustment will not be the same in all the Francilian departments. Thus, "In Seine-Saint-Denis 100% of the centers should remain open during the summer," the proportion going descending in Val-de-Marne and the Val-d'Oise (85%), in Seine-et- Marne (74%), in the Essonne (73%), in Paris (70%), in the Hauts-de-Seine (62%) and finally in the Yvelines (42%).
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in parallel, the approach "to go to-vers" will continue with "special operations" targeting "very frequented spaces" such as the canopy of the halls in the heart of the capital, but also "special populations" (students, Pregnant women, driver drivers), or "precarious public" (migrant workers, slums).
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