Vaccination: how France has caught up


DECRYPTION – Only Spain, which has reached 75%, seems to be doing better than France.

Long at the back of the vaccination pack, France achieved this summer what sports commentators could qualify as a real “remount” and the world podium of the major countries could well emerge by the end of the summer. More than 46.5 million French people have received at least one dose of the vaccine, or 69% of the population. A rate of first-time vaccines which places France ahead of Israel, Italy and Germany. And the United Kingdom, which shows for its part 70% of first-time vaccines, should soon be caught up. Only Spain, which has reached 75%, seems to be doing better than France.

Emmanuel Macron’s announcements on July 12 and the prospect of the implementation of the health pass therefore seem to have succeeded in motivating a good part of those who still hesitated in the face of vaccines. β€œIt should be remembered that we had a fairly good vaccination rate until the end of May, but as soon as we talked about the lifting of restrictive measures, this slowed down the motivation of some French people,

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