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'Several thousands' vaccinated against Covid-19 today in France, Health Minister says

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France's Health Minister Olivier Veran said "several thousand" people will be vaccinated against Covid-19 on Monday versus just over 500 in total in the past week. Today, we will have given thousands of vaccine shots across the country," Veran said after visiting a Paris hospital.

Added on the 04/01/2021 18:08:36 - Copyright : France 24 EN

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