For eight in ten general practitioners, vaccination against Covid-19 is the best way to avoid new waves

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Bruno Ventelou (CNRS/AMSE) health economist, co-author of a report for the French Directorate for Research, Studies, Assessment, and Statistics (only in French).
March 23rd 2021
Huit médecins généralistes sur 10 considèrent que la vaccination est le meilleur moyen pour éviter la survenue de nouvelles vagues épidémiques de Covid-19. 8 médecins sur 10 estiment également qu’ils ont un rôle à jouer dans la vaccination de la population contre la Covid-19 et plus de la moitié sont favorables à une obligation de vaccination pour les professionnels de santé. Globalement, les trois quarts des médecins accepteraient a priori de se faire vacciner contre la Covid-19 et de le recommander à leurs patients.

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