Berry “good pupil” of the vaccination campaign according to Laurent Habert, director of the ARS

More than 84% of Berries over 12 received their first doses – 84.7% in Indre 84.1% in Cher. Berry is the good student of this vaccination campaign confirms Laurent Habert, director of the regional health agency of Center-Val de Loire “Berry has always been the right student. Moreover, with vaccination rates higher than French rates, it continued during the summer.”

But as elsewhere in France, the new target now, Those are the teens from 12 to 17 years old. Their vaccination campaign opened much later than that of their elders, the rate of vaccinated is therefore logically lower than the rest of the population but the delay is closing quickly “There is already more than two thirds of adolescents who are vaccinated with Berry and I think it will continue with the start of the school year.” assure Laurent Habert. “Vaccination operations will indeed be conducted with the National Education to increase this rate, either classes that will go to vaccination centers, or vaccination operations within establishments..”

“Vaccination is a game changer”

Last year, the return to school after the summer holidays was marked by a resumption of the epidemic, but this year the already significant and constantly increasing coverage of vaccination coverage should limit the effects of a possible new wave, believes Laurent Habert. “We are never certain of much with this disease, but the fact that many people have been vaccinated is slowing the progress of the epidemic. We have seen a plateau for a week and we have climbed much lower so far than in previous waves. – explains the director of the ARS specifying that –vaccination protects against serious forms, in particular protects people at risk and to extend this protection. You know, from today, people over 65, six months after their complete vaccination, will be able to receive a booster dose..

See Also:  "I found lightness in my ski"

Leave a Comment

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.