Midwives without an invitation for the Covid-19 vaccination

It has come to our attention that some liberal midwives have not yet received an invitation to the Covid-19 vaccination. DP MP Carole Hartmann has asked the Minister of Health whether this problem is known and whether other health professionals are affected.

« La première phase de la campagne de vaccination contre la Covid-19 visait tous les professionnels de santé, qu’ils exercent en libéral ou en milieu hospitalier, les résidents des maisons de retraite et de soins et les personnes en situation de handicap vivant en structure.

Or, il a été porté à ma connaissance que plusieurs sages-femmes libérales n’ont à ce jour pas encore reçu une invitation pour se faire vacciner contre la Covid-19, bien que la deuxième phase de la campagne de vaccination ait déjà commencé.

À ce sujet, j’aimerais poser les questions suivantes à Madame la Ministre de la Santé :

– Madame la Ministre, est-elle au courant de la situation mentionnée ci-dessus ? Dans l’affirmative, pourquoi certaines sages-femmes libérales n’ont pas reçu d’invitation ? Le problème a-t-il pu être résolu ?

– Madame la Ministre, dispose-t-elle d’informations quant à d’autres professionnels de santé qui n’auraient pas reçu une invitation pour la vaccination contre la Covid-19 ? Dans l’affirmative, lesquels ? Est-ce qu’à ce jour, tous les professionnels de santé ont reçu une invitation ? »

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