Compulsory vaccination | More than 1,400 health workers suspended in the Paris region – UNLV The Rebel Yell
(Paris) More than 1,400 employees of hospitals, clinics and retirement homes in Île-de-France have been suspended for failure to comply with compulsory vaccination against COVID-19, the Regional Health Authority said on Monday ( ARS), confirming information from the Parisian.
Posted on October 4, 2021 at 11:54 AM
More than two weeks after the entry into force of compulsory vaccination, a minority of the professionals concerned remain suspended.
On September 16, the Minister of Health Olivier Véran estimated their number at 3,000 for the whole of France, but feedback from the local press indicated a higher total.
Indeed, according to the regional health authorities, there are 1,166 (0.7%) in health establishments and 250 (0.8%) in the medico-social sector in the Paris region.
Overall, this has “no impact on the functioning of establishments” but we still recognize “some difficulties with hospital care” and “about thirty situations related to the staffing problem” among the staff. 2000 medico-social structures in Ile-de-France.
Most of these difficulties have been resolved “by recruitment” within an establishment or between structures or by “the use of transitions or overtime”, assure the health authorities, who say they are “extra vigilant” on the subject and ready to mobilize “emergency platforms” if necessary. .
Overall, in Île-de-France, “the number of professionals who have not started their vaccination program is low”, with vaccination coverage rates of 96% in retirement homes, 93% in establishments for the elderly. with disabilities and 88% in hospitals and clinics.