Vaccinations in Ettelbruck, the northern tip and the north-west of the country?

For health professionals living in the north, it is a big waste of time to go all the way to Limpertsberg for their 2nd vaccination against Covid-19. André Bauler, a member of the DP, asked the Minister of Health, among other things, whether these people could not be vaccinated for the second time at the new vaccination centre in Ettelbruck.

“Wärend der éischter Impfphase krute Professioneller aus dem Gesondheetssecteur hir éischt Impfung géint de Covid-19 an der Victor-Hugo-Hal um Lampertsbierg.

Elo ass mir zougedroe ginn, datt och déi zweet Impfung fir dës Leit an der Victor-Hugo-Hal administréiert muss ginn. Fir Awunner aus dem Nordbezierk ass dat mat engem groussen Zäitopwand verbonnen, well se ënner Ëmstänn laang Weeër mussen op sech huelen. 

An deem Kader wollt ech der Madamm Gesondheetsministesch folgend Froe stellen:

Wier d’Madamm Ministesch bereet Ännerunge virzehuelen, esou datt d’Leit aus dem Norden hir zweet Impfung am neien Impfzentrum zu Ettelbréck kéinte kréien?

– Ass et virgesi fir weider Impfzentren an der Nordspëtzt oder am Nordweste vum Land opzemaachen fir de Bierger méi kuerz Deplacementer z’erméiglechen?

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