Updated France Covid vaccine schedule: When will I get my first dose?
Check our timetable to see when residents in France can expect to receive their vaccination against Covid-19
All people aged over 55, regardless of health, are eligible for a Covid-19 vaccination.
All adults (those over 18 years old) with health issues such as obesity, hypertension, diabetes, kidney failure, heart failure or cancer are now eligible for a vaccination are also eligible for a vaccination.
When will I get my Covid vaccine?
The chart and timeline below show when you can expect to receive your vaccine according to your age group. You can find more information on how to book your vaccine if you are in an eligible category on our Covid-19 vaccine in France FAQs page.
There are now 1,700 Pfizer/Moderna vaccination centres in France. GPs, nurses and pharmacies are now also mobilised to give the AstraZeneca vaccine and the Johnson&Johnson one-shot vaccine.
France plans to rapidly accelerate its vaccination programme this month with President Emmanuel Macron saying on March 31 that the focus would be to “vaccinate, vaccinate, vaccinate, without respite on weekends and bank holidays".
Below is the general vaccine timetable that France has followed thus far, as of April 12, 2021. The government aims to offer a first dose of a Covid vaccine to all willing adults in France by the end of the summer.