France to start vaccinating teens against COVID-19 from June 15

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    #France will start #vaccinating #teenagers from age 12 with the #Pfizer BioNTech vaccine on #June 15, in a move to help avoid closures of schools in September due to #COVID-19 risks, the government said.France, which began vaccinations late last year with priority given to care home residents, has gradually been widening eligibility by lowering age thresholds and removing conditions such as profession or state of health. From May 31, COVID-19 vaccines were made available to everyone over 18.

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