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Veterinarians will be able to vaccinate the public only in vaccination centers and not in their practice. Dentists can do this at both locations.
In addition to veterinarians and dentists, the HAS recommends offering the possibility of injecting vaccines to pharmacists in analysis laboratories, to “pharmacists in the fire and rescue services”, to the “medical electroradiology manipulators”, to the “laboratory technicians” or some medical students.
Finally, the HAS recommends that this extension also concerns the “retired professionals volunteers (pharmacists, nurses, doctors, midwives, veterinarians, dentists, radiology technicians and laboratory technicians)”. Moreover, in addition to being already authorized to inject anti-Covid vaccines, nurses will gradually be able to prescribe them. The aim of all these enlargements is “the rapid increase in vaccination coverage”, deemed necessary because of the “circulation of the SARS-CoV-2 virus at a high level” and some “rapid dissemination of new variants”, underlines the HAS in its opinion.
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