Jean Castex in Metz to promote the vaccination campaign, follow his visit

07 h 35.- Jean Castex and Olivier Véran cancel their visit to Nancy

The weather forecasts were right for Jean Castex’s trip to Nancy, announce our colleagues from L’Est Républicain. The Prime Minister is on the other hand well awaited this morning in Metz for a quick visit under the sign of vaccination.

07 h 30.- The Grand Est, a particularly affected region

As of January 12, according to the Ministry of Health, 15,648 people had been vaccinated across the Grand Est region. The region is on the front line, as it has suffered the full brunt of the pandemic since its beginnings, a year ago now.

Currently, 3,056 patients are hospitalized, including 319 in an intensive care unit. Since the start of the pandemic, 6,463 people have lost their lives in the Grand Est region.

07 h 25.- One visit can hide another

If four members of the government have arrived in Metz, one of them will very quickly leave the city. Or rather one. Since Agnès Pannier-Runacher will travel to Hambach for the official signing of the deed of transfer of the Smart site between Daimler and Ineos Automotive.

07 h 20.- Jean Castex expected in a little over an hour in Metz

Hello everyone and welcome to this live.

In an hour, Prime Minister Jean Castex must arrive at Mercy hospital, near Metz, accompanied by the Minister of Solidarity and Health, Olivier Véran, the Minister Delegate in charge of Industry, Agnès Pannier-Runacher, and the Minister Delegate in charge of Autonomy, Brigitte Bourguignon.

While scheduling appointments for vaccination for people over 75 years old must begin today, he will visit call platforms, as well as vaccination centers.

Deminers inspect journalists’ equipment. Photo RL

08 h.- Mercy’s hospital prepares to welcome the Prime Minister

In the lobby of Mercy’s hospital, the police are there. All journalists’ equipment passes through the hands of deminers.

The staff of the hospital center is ready to welcome the delegation.

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