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Sport Covid-19: liberal doctors plead for a locally organized vaccination

12:40  29 november  2020
12:40  29 november  2020 Source:   nouvelobs.com

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  Covid-19 : les médecins libéraux plaident pour une vaccination organisée localement © Copyright 2020, L'Obs

Liberal health professionals must be entrusted with "the responsibility of the organization" of the vaccination against the Covid-19 " at the local level, in conjunction with local authorities, ”said the president of the general practitioner union MG France, in an interview with the Journal du dimanche .

“The government learned the lessons of the vaccination fiasco in large centers of 2009 (against the H1N1 flu, editor's note). He knows he can't do without us; that if it does not rely on city professionals, doctors, pharmacists or nurses, it will be sure to fail "

, underlines Jacques Battistoni.

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The French vaccine strategy will be presented next week by the government, Prime Minister Jean Castex announced Thursday, with the reiterated objective of starting the campaign at the end of 2020-beginning of 2021.

Overcome public mistrust

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According to the president of MG France," operations should begin in January, with priority people. What we expect is simple: that liberal health professionals are entrusted with the responsibility of the organization at the local level, in connection with the local authorities ".

The leader of the main general practitioners' union demands from the government "transparency".

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“The authorities must quickly say everything they know and what they don't. Because, to hope to convince the French, we must first convince those who are going to vaccinate: us "

, he argues.

In order to identify certain side effects of the vaccines that will be administered, MG France calls for, “in addition to the usual pharmacovigilance system, the creation of an exhaustive collection of all the data related to vaccination (name of the patient, date of injection, references of the vaccinator and the batch, etc.) by a new computer base ”.

Finally, to overcome the risk of mistrust in public opinion, Jacques Battistoni calls for the establishment of a "prevention consultation for people at risk, from December, in order to talk to them about the expected benefits of the vaccine and to help them know how to protect yourself during the holidays ”.

The coronavirus epidemic in France killed 52,127 people in hospitals and nursing homes, according to data communicated Saturday evening by Public Health France, which recorded 213 deaths in hospitals in 24 hours, against 396 the day before.

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