The possibility to book appointments was opened yesterday (May 27).
You can book by calling the vaccination centers – details are available on Sante.fr – or online via various booking sites such as Doctolib, Maiia and KelDoc.
You can also use the Vite Ma Dose online tool to quickly find the next available appointment in your area.
Only people over the age of 55 are eligible for AstraZeneca and Johnson & Johnson vaccines. These vaccines are available in pharmacies, in general practitioners ‘and nurses’ offices.
Moderna’s vaccine is also available in these locations.
The Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine is administered at vaccination centers across the country.
The government has set a goal of giving at least a first dose of a Covid-19 vaccine to all consenting adults by the end of the summer.
The latest figures (May 26) show that 24,150,103 people in France have received at least one dose. This equates to just over 36% of the total population.
More than 11 million people have been fully vaccinated against Covid-19 in France.
France broke a new record for the number of daily vaccinations yesterday (May 27), with more than 685,000 doses administered.
Summer vaccination plans
The French Minister of Health will announce in the coming days a plan specifically for this summer to facilitate vaccinations against Covid-19 during the holidays, said government spokesman Gabriel Attal this morning (May 28).
“We are going to increase the supply of vaccines to centers located in very touristy areas so that French people who have not yet been vaccinated, who go on vacation, can be vaccinated if they wish,” said Mr. Attal.
“If there are French people who want to be vaccinated, they must be able to be vaccinated.
“However, when you make an appointment for a first dose at a center, the second dose of vaccine, the second appointment, has to be made at that center,” he said.
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