This weekend, hall 7 of the former Toulouse Exhibition Center, on the Ile du Ramier, was not empty.

Nearly 22,000 people have received an injection of the Covid-19 vaccine.

And the week promises to be still important within the XXL vaccinodrome since every day, 6,000 appointments are scheduled.

An intense activity parallel to the rest of Occitania, since during the past week, 425,000 injections were carried out, including 200,000 first doses.

"4.2% of the adult population has thus entered a vaccination schedule in a single week", welcomes the regional health agency.

In particular given the dynamics of the epidemic, the incidence rate having tripled in one week on average.

18% positive tests at the CHU

To encourage as many people as possible to be vaccinated, other than traditional vaccination centers, systems are in place.

Until Friday, the mobile unit of Samu 31 will be present in Torreilles, in the Pyrénées-Orientales where the epidemic is rampant.

Residents and holidaymakers can be vaccinated without an appointment by the beach.

💉From tomorrow and until Friday, vaccination at the beach WITHOUT APPOINTMENT at Torreilles Plage

▶ ️ The "shelter" of @ SAMU__31 welcomes you at Espace Capellans - boulevard de la plage in Torreilles Plage:

📍from Tuesday 27 to Thursday 29 July from 8 am to 12 p.m. and 6 p.m. to 10

p.m. 📍Friday 30 from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.

- Prefect of Pyrénées-Orientales (@ Prefet66) July 26, 2021

In Toulouse, where the incidence rate of young people exceeds 700 positive cases per 100,000 inhabitants, the CHU screening drive records these days 18% of positive tests, “a figure higher than the second and third waves.

90% of positive people are unvaccinated or have only one dose.

The remaining 10%, vaccinated, have no symptoms ”, indicates the CHU.


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