priority to city medicine

The prefecture of Tarn-et-Garonne announces that, from now on, vaccination against Covid-19 must be carried out as a priority with health professionals of city medicine. However, the vaccination centers in the department remain open.

The prefecture of Tarn-et-Garonne announces that, from now on, vaccination against Covid-19 must be carried out as a priority with health professionals of city medicine © mufidpwt / Pixabay

The proportion of Tarn-et-Garonnais aged 12 and over vaccinated against Covid-19 now stands at nearly 90%. “The means deployed to allow all those who wish to be vaccinated have been a success, welcomes the prefect of the department. The latter announces that “the vaccination offer of the department is maintained, but that the principle is now that of vaccination by city medicine, free for all”. To get your precious dose, it will therefore be necessary to consult pharmacists, doctors, nurses, dentists, midwives, medical biology laboratories and occupational health services as a priority.

The vaccination centers of Tarn-et-Garonne remain open

To support city medicine, five vaccination centers remain open in the department: the Les Halles health center, in Beaumont de Lomagne, the Espace Bonnaïs, in Caussade, the Espace confluences, in Moissac, the Turenne hospital center, in Nègrepelisse, and the Halle Jean Bayet, in Valence d’Agen. Like other metropolitan departments, Tarn-et-Garonne is facing an increase in the circulation of Covid-19. Over the period from November 10 to 16, the incidence rate of the virus stood at nearly 160 cases per 100,000 inhabitants and its positivity rate at 5.6%, according to Public Health France.

Source : Press release

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