France is aiming to fully vaccinate every adult in the country who wants to have the jab against Covid-19 by the end of summer but the government has faced criticism over a shortage of doses.
President Emmanuel Macron said on February 2 that, “we are going to continue this strategy and by the end of the summer, we will have offered a vaccine in France to all adults who wish to receive it.”
He did not specify if this means to fully or partially vaccinate everyone - the vaccines available in France currently all require two doses.
Many people have reported problems booking appointments, or vaccination centres not having enough doses.
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France’s health minister Olivier Véran has asked for patience amid rising frustration from people unable to book appointments.
He said on February 9 that all vaccination appointments are fully booked until the end of February and that new slots would be open in March.
France has had issues maintaining a constant supply of the vaccines, amid controversial delays from manufacturers including Pfizer and AstraZeneca.
Below, the table shows the number and type of vaccine doses remaining in each region in France, using the latest government figures.
The map below shows the percentage of people who have received at least one dose of a vaccine per region. Hover over your region to see the figures.
You can read more about France’s strategy for distributing doses here: Covid jabs not prioritised for worst hit areas of France.
Covid-19: Does France have enough vaccine doses?