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France’s health authority recommends booster vaccinations from 40

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PARIS (dpa-AFX) – France’s highest health authority recommends a booster vaccination against the coronavirus for people over 40 years of age. According to the evaluation of international studies, it has been shown that a booster vaccination six months after complete immunization is already beneficial for people aged 40 and over, the health authority announced in Paris on Friday. In particular, reference was made to good empirical data from Israel and the USA. To make a recommendation for even younger people, there is not enough data available, the agency said.

In France, people aged 65 and over have been called for a booster vaccination for a long time, and around 30 percent have already received the booster vaccination. From December 15, this vaccination is a prerequisite for the Corona Pass for people aged 65 and over who received a second vaccination six months or more ago. Only with the “Passe sanitaire” can people in France visit restaurants and events or travel by plane or long-distance train. From December 1st, people aged 50 and over can also register for a booster vaccination in France./evs/DP/ngu

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