where, when, how ... Five questions about the Île-de-France vaccinodrome against the variolate of the monkey
© Copyright 2022, the Obs the government tries to pass the second. François Braun announced on Monday evening the opening of a large vaccination center against the variole of the monkey in Île-de-France, in Paris. The announcement comes after several weeks of protest and skepticism vis-à-vis the government's strategy to stem the epidemic outbreak of the disease.
© Alain Jocard / AFP A Vaccination Center against the Variole of the Monkey in Paris, July 27, 2022.
More than 1,800 cases of smallpox Singe confirmed in France, where 11,000 people were able to receive a dose of vaccine, in one of the 118 vaccination centers set up by the Ministry of Health, communicated François Braun, Minister of Health, Thursday, July 28, 2022 . The current flambé of variole of the monkey is erected as a major sanitary threat by the WHO.
The variolate of the monkey continues to spread in France, o ù 1,800 cases were diagnosed , mostly in Ile-de-France. With the opening of 118 vaccination centers in France, vaccination increases on the territory. According to the Minister of Health, François Braun, 11,284 people received at least one dose of serum.
Variole of the monkey: more than 1,450 cases confirmed in France
The previous assessment, seven days earlier, reported 912 cases © PPE/Beijersbergen/SIPA The American health authorities are concerned with an explosion of the variole of the monkey.
"Today, 1,581 additional people have been vaccinated throughout France. In total, 11,284 people are now protected against the disease, ”, wrote François Braun on Twitter, Thursday, July 28, 2022.
Two doses spaced 28 days
The deployment of vaccination accelerated in island -de-France, where half of the 1,837 confirmed cases were detected. The first center dedicated to the vaccine against the variole of the monkey opened Tuesday in Paris.
Vaccination is carried out with two doses, spaced at least 28 days. For people vaccinated against smallpox in their childhood, one dose is enough. For immunocompromised, a third is recommended.
France announced in early July the widening of vaccination, now proposed preventively to the most exposed groups, in particular multi-partner homosexuals and bisexuals, as in other countries.
Variole of the monkey: a large vaccination center opens on Tuesday in Île-de-France
© Jacques Witt/SIPA The Minister of Health François Braun announced the opening of a large capacity vaccination center against the Variole of the monkey this Tuesday. All medical students should be allowed to vaccinate. "We have the doses, we now need arms to vaccinate," said François Braun on BFMTV on Monday evening. The Minister of Health announced the opening on Tuesday of an important center of vaccination against the variolate of monkey in Île-de-France.
The promise of a "rise" of vaccination
criticized for its "lack of preparation" against the virus by LGBT +associations, the Ministry of Health defended, on Wednesday, July 27, affirming that France "reacted extremely quickly" and "was not late" in its response to the outbreak of the variolate of the monkey.
Concerning vaccination, the minister indicated that France was going to "increase in power" : health students, doctors and retired nurses are added to the list of personnel authorized to vaccinate, according to a decree published on Wednesday Official newspaper.
The 118 vaccination centers open in country "allow to vaccinate without problem with a largely sufficient doses" , said the Minister of Health, which provides for the opening of more appointments "in the coming days ”. "We have destined 42,000 doses, 32,000 are already available, for 7,000 people vaccinated" , he said.
Saturday, July 23, the WHO decided to trigger the highest level of alert to try to curb the outbreak of the disease in the world.
west of Japan, a wave of macaques attacks terrorizes a city .
© Anushree Fadnavis The Japanese macaque is located on the quasi-entrelated of the Japanese archipelago. (Illustration). Anushree Fadnavis/ Reuters. Wandering macaques are panicking in the city of Yamaguchi, west of Japan. For almost a month, forty-two people have suffered attacks by these animals, forcing local authorities to use hypodermic weapons to calm them down. A tranquilizing product, supposed to be used on very dangerous or even inappochable animals.