Covid-19 vaccine in France: Submit your questions to us

When will I get a vaccine? How will it be administered? What action do I need to take? Tell us your query and we will investigate

4 January 2021
A syringe and a bottle labelled Covid-19 vaccine. Residents, second-home owners, visitors - submit your questions on the coronavirus vaccine to us
By Connexion journalist

The complicated rollout of Covid-19 vaccinations in France is planned to last for several months. The government has ordered enough doses to vaccinate 100million people - more than enough to inoculate everyone in the country. 

The first phase began in December with high-priority residents aged 75 and over, notably those living in retirement homes, as well as the health professionals who care for them. However, the government has been criticised for the slow roll-out of the vaccine - in part due to the need for written consent from patients before they receive it. 

As part of our ongoing coronavirus coverage online, the Connexion team is here to answer questions about the vaccine from residents, second home-owners and visitors to France who may not be able to follow updates from French-language sources.

Submit your query via the form below and we will endeavour to investigate on your behalf. The answers will then be published on the website. 

Please note that while we do our best to answer as many of the questions as possible, we cannot guarantee that yours will be one.

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