To magazine L’Express advances that former French President Nicolas Sarkozy took the first dose of the vaccine against covid-19 in January, at the Military Hospital of Percy, in Clamart. The 66-year-old former governor does not enter priority vaccination groups.
Nicolas sarkozy passed ahead of millions of people in vaccination against covid-19 and was inoculated with the first dose of the vaccine, in January, at the Military Hospital of Percy, in Clamart, on the outskirts of Paris. The news is advanced by the magazine L’Express.
The news is marking the French news. According to the media, the former French President, 66, does not fall within the priority vaccination groups defined by the Government.
According to RFI, the former conservative ruler has often criticized the vaccination strategy of the Government of Emmanuel Macron. So far, in France, only citizens over 75, health professionals and people with comorbidities can be vaccinated.
The French magazine contacted the team of Nicolas Sarkozy, who declined to comment or case.
The vaccination campaign in France started in the last week of December. The first doses were reserved for residents of nursing homes and professionals in these establishments. Since January 18, vaccination has been extended to all elderly people over 75 and health professionals over 50 years of age.
Liliana Malainho, ZAP //