The Deputy Minister in charge of Industry, Agnès Pannier-Runacher, indicated on Monday that within two weeks ", the pace of vaccine dose deliveries would exceed 2 million per week -
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“You have more than 1.5 million doses delivered each week and we will pass the 2 million doses delivered each week within 2 weeks,” said Minister Delegate in charge of Industry, Agnès Pannier-Runacher on Radio Classique.
Agnès Pannier-Runacher assured that "yes", the commitment to vaccinate all French people who want it next summer will be kept.
"We have an increase in deliveries of the BioNTech-Pfizer vaccine (...) the Moderna vaccine is increasing in capacity" and "the AstraZeneca vaccine, even on a plateau, is on the side of 4 million deliveries per month", she detailed.
“We are effectively able to vaccinate 30 million French people by the end of June.
We have the doses to do that, ”she said.
The Minister recalled the schedule: "10 million in mid-April, 20 million in mid-May, 30 million at the end of June (ie) two-thirds of adults, and then by the end of the summer".
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