Toulouse. How the vaccination strategy will be reorganized

Faced with the drop in demand, the vaccination strategy is readjusting in Haute-Garonne with in particular the scheduled closure of the Toulouse vaccinodrome.

The Toulouse vaccinodrome will close its doors at the end of October @MairieDeToulouse

While the majority of the population is now vaccinated, the entire device deployed in Haute-Garonne will have to be reviewed in the coming weeks and months.

Switching to a local vaccination offer

This drop in demand therefore implies the passage to a new stage of the strategy which will be characterized in particular by a proximity offer provided by primary care actors (doctors, pharmacists, nurses and other health professionals authorized for vaccination).

Mobile teams for one-off operations

Thus, from the end of September, mobile vaccination teams will be deployed for one-off vaccination operations in Toulouse and the Haute-Garonne territory. At the same time, the capacity of vaccination centers will be reduced while some will gradually close their doors by December 31.

“This strategy makes it possible to offer a vaccination offer, by health territory, which is sufficiently extensive and flexible. The objective is to meet both the challenges of vaccine booster shots for the elderly, people in fragile situations and / or with co-morbidities, as well as for first-time vaccination for people wishing to be vaccinated against COVID 19 ”, indicates the prefecture, which is leading this reorganization.

The closure of the Toulouse vaccinodrome scheduled for the end of October

In Haute-Garonne, this adaptation will concretely result in a shift from 10 centers currently to 8 in October, then to 6 in November. The closure of vaccinodrome of the Parc des Expositions on Île du Ramier in Toulouse (Hall 7) is scheduled for the end of October 2021.

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Reassessment of the strategy according to the evolution of the situation by the end of the year

The strategy will be assessed regularly during the last quarter of 2021 with regard to vaccine needs, the structuring of the local vaccine offer, and changes in the national vaccination strategy. Appointments are made primarily on the sites, and or by phone (0 800 009 110).

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