A year ago, to the day, Mauricette, 78, received the first dose of vaccine in France


Remember. It was December 27, 2020, just a year ago, to the day, and Mauricette, 78, became the first person in France to be vaccinated against the coronavirus at the René-Muret hospital in Sevran, in Seine- St Denis.

« I am moved, » said the septuagenarian, a former household help, vaccinated around 11 am in the long-term care unit of the René-Muret hospital in Sevran, a public assistance establishment – Paris Hospitals (AP-HP).

An injection for more than 52 million French people

At that time, after the green light given on December 21 to the product of the American Pfizer and the German BioNTech by the European Union, almost all of its member states simultaneously launched their vaccine campaign, opened one day in advance by Germany, Hungary and Slovakia.

A year later, to date, more than 52 million French people have received a first dose, including more than 51 million the two doses, according to figures from the Covid Tracker site, stopped on December 23. France also has more than 21 million people vaccinated with the booster dose.

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