People over the age of 18 with one or more comorbidities can be vaccinated against Covid-19 from 1 May. No prescription will be required.
Since Saturday, May 1, people under the age of 50 with comorbidities have been eligible for the Covid-19 vaccine. These are diseases such as diabetes, obesity or even cardiovascular or neurological pathologies. In all, four million French people are worried. But do they have to prescribe a prescription?
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“We’ve chosen common sense”
A press release from the Ministry of Solidarity and Health dated Friday 30 April states that people aged 18 to 49 who suffer from one or more comorbidities can be vaccinated “with Pfizer-BioNTech or Moderna vaccines, without A prescription, however, on Monday morning, May 3, the health insurance announced the opposed… before deleting the mention during the day. What to sow the doubts.
Asked about the topic for Europe 1, Olivier Véran confirmed that no prescription had to be presented. “We made the choice of common sense,” the Health Minister justified. And to add: “I could have asked 4 million French adults, young people, suffering from chronic diseases, to go to their doctor, to congest traffic to medical consultations in the event of epidemic waves, to ask them for a certificate according to which “I would have an illness.”
Only people who suffer a very high risk pathology you will need to submit a prescription for vaccination.