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A deferral of the vaccine liability recommended in Martinique

The government-mandated mediation at the Inter-Union Martinique University Hospital against the health pass and vaccination obligation for caregivers recommended on Friday that the obligation be postponed to December 31, the end date for health care. Emergency in this Foreign Office.

In a letter to the Ministries of Health and Foreign Affairs, national mediator Daniel Tupilier formulated six recommendations for “maintaining the capacity to care for patients” at the CHU in Martinique. Division “reigns among hospital teams.

The first vaccination was scheduled for October 24. After the first vaccination, the first vaccination should be given on December 6. The second dose, which was mandatory on November 15 on the island, was postponed to December 31.

According to the latest figures from the Regional Health Agency (ARS), 700 people have died in Covid-19 at CHU in Fort-de-France since the outbreak, only 38.6% of those aged 12 and over. Introduce a complete vaccination schedule.

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