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100,000 people under the age of 55 have been vaccinated at AstraZeneca since March


VSAccording to the Health Insurance Service published by the Health Insurance Company, 101,458 people under the age of 55 have received the first dose of AstraZeneca since March 22 Parisian… Quite a large figure, while the Ministry of Health recently called for vaccinations with a “dropper” with Swedish-British serum.

As of March 19, this age group should no longer be given the vaccine due to insufficient benefit / risk ratio. Consequently, the responsibility will be borne by the medical professionals who nevertheless knew the recommendations, the Health Insurance indicates. Prior to that, more than 500,000 people under the age of 55 had already been vaccinated with AstraZeneca.

25,000 people received a dose of AstraZeneca between March 22 and 28.

However, after a few weeks, this number declines as other vaccines become available for people under 55 years of age. From March 22 to March 28, almost 25,000 people received the dose of AstraZeneca, and from May 31 to June 6, only 2,000 people.

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The vaccination rate for AstraZeneca also varies from department to department. Indeed, in some regions, pharmacies and doctors’ offices, which are sometimes the only places where residents can be vaccinated, only had access to doses of AstraZeneca until early June. Thus, it is in areas such as Nievre that most people under the age of 55 have been vaccinated with this serum since March 22.

Some healthcare professionals have also admitted that they have given doses of AstraZeneca to people in this age group, despite the risks. Vaccinated people can really stand up to their doctors and pharmacists. And the latter can be condemned.

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