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“In Seine-Saint-Denis, reserving vaccination for people over 55 does not make sense”


Since April 6, 2021, around 50,000 people have been vaccinated at the Stade de France. As of Monday, May 3, the largest vaccine park in Ile-de-France will further ramp up, from a capacity of 14,000 to 28,000 vaccinations per week, with Pfizer / BionTech and Moderna products. But meeting the criteria set by the government is increasingly difficult. Every evening, volunteers flock to the doors hoping to get an unassigned dose.

While many vaccination centers are saturated, are there regular appointment slots left at the Stade de France?

The situation is changing day by day, but there is, it is true, a mismatch between the criteria imposed on us and the reality with which we are confronted. Seine-Saint-Denis is one of the departments most affected by Covid-19; at the same time, 45% of the population is under 30, and therefore does not meet the criteria. However, these are people who work on the front line, cashiers, construction workers, who take public transport and do not go to telework in their second home … We would like them to benefit, too, from the campaign. vaccination. We need specific rules where the epidemic is flaring the most.

Do we vaccinate quickly enough to reach the goal of 30 million primary vaccines in mid-June?

I understand of course that it is necessary to privilege the most fragile. In Saint-D

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