THE CHEKING PROCESS – Vincent Jeanbrun, the mayor of Haÿ-les-roses in Val-de-Marne, attributed the saturation of registrations to the anti-covid vaccine to a lack of organization. Is right ?
THE QUESTION. Is vaccination registration organized enough to avoid traffic jams? A few hours were enough, during the opening of reservations for vaccination for those over 75, Friday, January 15, for the system to be saturated. On online platforms, like Doctolib, most vaccination centers are full for the coming weeks. Those who try to get an appointment over the phone often come across an answering machine. In other words, getting a dose of anti-Covid vaccine in the coming days is an achievement.
How to explain this saturation? A lack of doses? A bug when booking? On BFM TV, Vincent Jeanbrun, the mayor of the municipality of Haÿ-les-roses in Val-de-Marne, launched a “Appeal to the state” to reorganize the reservation system: 4000 people had registered on Friday to be vaccinated in the town… for only 25 doses available on Monday. “The problem is that you can register anywhere, and multiple times. Among those registered, I have Parisians, inhabitants of Hauts-de-Seine, and even, who knows why, of Saint-Malo! And out of the 4000 registered, how many duplicates? “, castigates the mayor. At a time when vaccine doses are carefully counted and rationed, would it be possible to register and unsubscribe anywhere, and at will?
CHECKS. “Amplify, accelerate, simplify”. By opening, from January 18, vaccination to 6.4 million French people, the executive wanted to make the vaccination
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