The Regional Health Agency (ARS) of the Grand Est on Saturday announced an "immediate action plan" after the detection of a "Delta variant cluster (known as Indian)" within the University of the Arts of the Rhine in Strasbourg.
Rescuers went to meet young people to offer them to be vaccinated.
The terraces were crowded Friday evening at Krutenau, the district of Strasbourg where the art school is located, several students of which tested positive for the Delta variant.
The Regional Health Agency (ARS) of the Grand Est on Saturday announced an "immediate action plan" after the detection of this cluster.
In the afternoon, rescuers therefore went to meet the young people.
"I do not know if you know the self-tests? In terms of masks, you have what it takes? And in terms of vaccination, where are you at?" Asks one of them.
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To a young man who replies that he is "a little late" for his first injection, he gives a link to connect to and a code that will allow him to quickly access an injection.
"These are niches that have been opened up for the young public, to allow them to be vaccinated very quickly."
200 vaccination slots were reserved on Sunday for those under 30 and for staff in bars and restaurants in the targeted neighborhoods.
2,600 additional doses reserved for next weekend
"It's clearly a race against time, this variant is more contagious, so we have every interest in quickly breaking the chains of contamination, which risk multiplying with social life" which resumes, said Adeline Jenner, delegate territorial authority of the ARS in the Bas-Rhin, during a press point.
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At Krutenau, Thibault lets himself be convinced.
"I had already more or less decided to go get vaccinated. This is an opportunity."
The weekend of June 19 and 20, 2,600 doses and slots will still be reserved to amplify this targeted vaccination campaign.