France sets out future Covid-19 vaccine priority plan

A doctor holds a needle for vaccination. France sets out future Covid-19 vaccine priority plan for vulnerable people
A new report has laid out France's plans for rolling out a future Covid-19 vaccination - even before one is ready yet

France has started to plan a vaccination strategy for Covid-19 - deciding who will qualify for the jab first, depending on their job, age, and vulnerability level - even though no vaccine is yet available to the public.

A report by 15 key members of health care advisory bodies le Conseil Scientifique, le Comité Analyse, Recherche et Expertise (CARE) and the vaccination committee le Comité Vaccin Covid-19 was published online on the ministry for health website on Friday (July 24).

The full report can be seen below (in French, from newspaper Le Monde).

The document details who will qualify for the vaccination first, and highlights people due to ...

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