Mauricette, a 78-year-old woman received the first dose of coronavirus vaccine this Sunday in Sevran, symbolically launching the vaccination campaign in France.
The French vaccination campaign against Covid-19 was symbolically launched this Sunday in a hospital in Seine-Saint-Denis by injecting the vaccine into a 78-year-old woman and a 65-year-old cardiologist.
“I am moved”, declared the septuagenarian, first vaccinated, Mauricette, a former housekeeper, vaccinated around 11:00 am in the long-term care unit of the René-Muret hospital in Sevran, an Assistance establishment public – Paris Hospitals (AP-HP).
“It’s getting hot!”, Launched this former resident of Bourget (Seine-Saint-Denis) after having received the injection of the vaccine, Comirnaty, with messenger RNA, developed by the American Pfizer and the German BioNTech. Smiling, she was applauded by the hospital staff present, noted the AFP journalist.
It was then a 65-year-old cardiologist, Dr Jean-Jacques Monsuez, who was vaccinated shortly before 11:20 a.m.