The Government is extending free vaccination to those insured under the Monegasque health schemes to those aged 40 and over as part of the Principality’s vaccination strategy, which aims to eventually offer vaccination coverage to all of its resident population as well as to its workers.

Those who apply will then be called back to make an appointment to be vaccinated at the National Vaccination Centre in the Auditorium Ramier III. An identity document and proof of professional activity in the Principality are needed, the Government said.

“The vaccine will be administered after a pre-vaccination medical consultation. This practitioner will be able to provide complete information on the vaccine available and will indicate whether vaccination is possible, particularly in view of medical history.”

“The appointment for the booster injection will be set at the time of the first injection.”

Vaccination remains accessible free of charge for Monegasques and residents over 12 years old.

People aged 60 and over who should not yet be vaccinated are invited to do so as quickly as possible because only vaccination constitutes effective protection for older people who are more vulnerable to the virus.

“For the youngest, the vaccine is the most effective solution to be able to enjoy their summer while protecting themselves and others,” the Government said.

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