Vaccination obligation for caregivers: overseas lagging behind

FIGDATA – While the population of Guadeloupe, Guyana, and Martinique is approaching 35% of complete vaccination, the medical profession is struggling to set an example, with a vaccination rate of around 70%, far behind the metropolis.

September 15, October 15. Justify the first dose, then the second. In metropolitan France, the schedule for the implementation of compulsory vaccination for caregivers was respected. But while the West Indies were in the middle of the fourth wave, during his trip on August 12 to Martinique, the Minister of Health Olivier Véran announced that he did not want “ add the constraint of compulsory vaccination To the already critical situation.

Martinique, which lifted its confinement but retained its curfew on Monday, then chose the metropolis as mirror dates for the vaccination obligation of caregivers, October 24 and November 15. In Guadeloupe, where the situation is less critical, with an incidence rate of 57 this Monday, “ the first suspension has taken place and the others will follow », Confirms to Figaro, Valérie Denux, Director General of the Regional Health Agency (ARS).

First binding checks in Guyana

Guyana also ended up being affected by adaptation measures, while the

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