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World Covid-19. Vaccination, not compulsory, will begin "from the end of December-beginning of January", declares Macron

01:35  25 november  2020
01:35  25 november  2020 Source:   ouest-france.fr

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The vaccination campaign against the coronavirus will begin in France "from the end of December-beginning of January", announced the President of the Republic, this Tuesday, November 24.

Emmanuel Macron announced that the vaccination against Covid-19 would not be compulsory and that the campaign would start "from the end of December, beginning of January" for "the most fragile people" .

"I want to be clear I will not make vaccination compulsory" , he said during a televised address, wishing that this new step in the fight against the coronavirus pandemic be done "in a clear manner, transparent, by sharing at each stage all the information, what we know and what we don't know ”.

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The number of secure doses

"Some (vaccines) will be available from the end of December, beginning of January, and a second generation will arrive in the spring" , he declared during his speech on Tuesday, November 24, ensuring that the France, with the European Union, had "secured the number of doses" required.

The High Authority for Health indicated on Friday that it would publish “around November 30” its final recommendations on the public to be vaccinated as a priority then, “probably around mid-December” , its final opinion on the organization of the vaccination campaign, currently under public consultation.

“We are going to organize a vaccination campaign […] as close as possible to the people […] The health authorities with the State, local communities, will define the practical arrangements for the deployment of vaccines with hospitals, retirement homes and "all city doctors" , assured the Head of State.

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To " guarantee health security, a scientific committee will be responsible for monitoring vaccination, a collective of citizens will also be set up to involve the population more broadly" , he added.

Only half of French people are ready to be vaccinated against Covid-19 , according to various surveys carried out on the subject.

> Follow our live from Tuesday, November 24 on the coronavirus pandemic

Former Berlin airport gets new life as vaccination centre .
A large "Welcome" sign still hangs outside Berlin's Tegel airport, which closed for good in November. But thousands of people are soon expected to start walking through its doors again every day, once its Terminal C building has been refitted as a vaccination centre against the novel coronavirus from mid-December. Germany is hoping to ramp up its immunisation drive in the first quarter of 2021 and is already laying the groundwork for 60 hubs across the country.

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