Macron promises faster vaccine roll-out as infections ‘explode’

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#France will offer #Covid-19 shots to anyone over 70 from this weekend, President Emmanuel Macron said on Tuesday, as he sought to breathe more urgency into his country’s #vaccination campaign. The president later said he hoped there would be targeted campaigns for certain professions, such as #teachers, by April or May.

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