Vaccination in the Tour fire truck

The brigade that works in the French round has a van equipped to vaccinate against COVID-19 to local populations and accredited persons.


The Tour bubble advances seamlessly through a country in full de-escalation. With frequent antigen testing and PCR, there have been no surprises. In fact, the organization demanded a negative PCR test to return to French territory to any accredited person who was more than 24 hours in Andorra, where the second day of rest will be spent, and just a day later it sent a new statement to revoke that decision : “From the beginning of the Tour, ASO works closely with the authorities to implement a strict sanitary protocol. Given its high degree of compliance, the French Interministerial Center for Crisis Management (CIC) considers the passage of the Tour through Andorra on July 11 and 12 as a direct continuation of the event and its existing measures. ”

ASO also makes available to the local population and those accredited the mobile laboratory, which can be visited in case of symptoms, and the vaccibus, a truck specially designed for vaccination by the fire brigade that takes care of the Tour. The AS envoy received in Saint Paul Trois Châteaux the first dose of Pfizer, and the corresponding medical certificate, since it had not yet been provided in Spain due to the age range.

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