François Braun announces the opening of a large vaccination center in Île-de-France

The Minister of Health also announced the forthcoming publication of a decree authorizing all medical students to be vaccinated against monkeypox.

The Minister of Health François Braun announces the opening on Tuesday of a large capacity vaccination center against monkeypox in Île-de-France. He said at the same time that an order authorizing all medical students to be vaccinated against monkeypox will be issued on Tuesday.

“We have the doses, now we need the arms to vaccinate,” said the minister on our antenna.

“To date more than a hundred vaccination centers are in place,” said François Braun this Monday evening on BFMTV, referring to preventive vaccination. The minister finally claimed to have “reacted immediately”

More than 1,700 confirmed cases in France

According to Santé Publique France, the capital region last week recorded almost half (726) of the 1,567 confirmed cases of monkeypox in France. François Braun announces this Monday evening on BFMTV that more than 1,700 cases have now been confirmed.

Inter-LGBT protested on Monday “in the face of the government’s inaction, lack of preparation and transparency” concerning this epidemic, citing “difficulties in making an appointment” for vaccination and “deliveries of insufficient doses “.

Anne Saurat-Dubois with Hugues Garnier with AFP

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