The Covid would almost make you forget an old winter catchphrase. The flu has not gone away and neither have the vaccination campaigns to combat it. This Tuesday, the town of Gergy, in Chalonnais, organized a day to apply the dose against this infection. Those who wished were able to go to the Health Center, in front of the town’s tobacco shop.

Nothing complicated, with the pharmacy a stone’s throw away, where patients could withdraw their small bottle. In the building on the Main Street, five health professionals vaccinated around fifty people in the morning. A low figure compared to usual. “Normally, we do several hotlines for the flu but this year there will be only this day, assures Dominique Georgel, coordinator of the establishment. The campaign was random, it was even more complicated than a year ago. Before, everyone came as they wanted without needing a voucher. “

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