This is one of the objectives of the government’s strategy to fight Covid-19, shared by many doctors: to vaccinate as widely as possible to stop the transmission of the virus. Questions remain, however. How to do it ? Who should intervene? Friday, November 20, during a videoconference, the health assistant of the mayor of Paris, Anne Souyris, announced the studied scenario, which consists of a “vaccination of 30 to 40% of the population” (…) from “early January” followed “a second phase of vaccination which would take place in town medicine”.
The involvement of local elected officials is approved by the mayor of the 15th arrondissement of Paris, Philippe Goujon, who believes that the management of masks and tests during the first wave showed its limits. “We have to rely much more on local communities, cities, regions and departments. The State, in its omnipotence, is ultimately quite immobile, and perhaps sometimes powerless”, he stressed. For some experts, however, the organization depends above all on the characteristics of the vaccines that will be available: single or multi-dose, storage conditions, preservation, and route of administration.
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