France makes Covid-19 booster shots available to all adults

Delay between a full vaccination programme and a booster shot will be shortened to five months instead of six

France makes Covid-19 booster shots available to all adults

French Health Minister Olivier Veran speaks during a news conference on the coronavirus disease situation in France. Reuters

Paris, November 25  

French Health Minister Olivier Veran confirmed on Thursday that Covid-19 booster shots will be made available to all adults starting this weekend, with the government hoping that the move will help contain a new wave of the disease.

Veran also said during a news conference that the delay between a full vaccination programme and a booster shot will be shortened to five months instead of six. —Reuters

 

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