“And you, are you going to get vaccinated?” This question is increasingly coming up in our discussions. At a time when France vaccinated, Wednesday, nearly 250,000 people and where it is trying to accelerate the movement by opening this access to vaccines to people over 75 from next Monday, distrust seems to be diminishing. For the moment, the French can receive two vaccines against Covid-19, that of Pfizer-BioNTech and
of Modern. Others are expected to follow, provided the European Union agrees.
The flood of information on, not the, but the vaccines against coronavirus, is difficult to follow. And there are still many unanswered questions. In particular on this new technique,
the vaccine with messenger RNA, used by several of these vaccines. On the transmissibility of the coronavirus after the vaccine. On the speed with which they were developed …
To try to lift some doubts and summarize knowledge current on these different vaccines, 20 Minutes invites you to ask all the questions that bother you on this topic. You can send them to us, by filling out the form below. We will try, in one next paper, to answer your main questions.