Easy-look timetable for France five-stage Covid vaccine plan

Elderly people in care homes will get the vaccine first in a series of five phases recommended to the government. Our chart gives an overview

2 December 2020
By Connexion journalist

President Macron has announced that the general public in France could be vaccinated against Covid-19 in April to June next year, following recommendations by health advisory body Haute Autorité de Santé (HAS) to rollout the vaccine in five phases. Nursing home residents, thought to number around 750,000 will go first, either later this month or in January 2021. 

View our timetable below to understand who will be vaccinated in which phase.

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