PSG: Kylian Mbappé was vaccinated against Covid-19

Kylian Mbappé received a vaccine against Covid-19. The PSG player announced it by posting a photo on Instagram, while the authorities wanted to make him one of the ambassadors of the vaccination campaign.

It’s done, Kylian Mbappé (22 years old) has been vaccinated against Covid-19. The PSG prodigy striker proudly posted himself on Instagram with a bandage on his right arm, corresponding to where he was stung. We can guess a smile of satisfaction on this face partly hidden by a mask. The future will soon tell if his gesture will inspire young people, but the government is certainly satisfied with the result. The authorities wanted the PSG player to be part of the ambassadors of a vast vaccination campaign against Covid-19.


Vaccination open to all adults from May 31

“I think that at your age we listen more to a friend than the President of the Republic or even less a doctor like me, declared the government’s vaccine man, Alain Fischer, in an interview with Le Parisien, at the beginning of May. When the The hour will have come, spots will be dedicated to the youngest. The objective is to talk about actors, rappers, sportsmen … Mbappé would be ideal. ” Kylian Mbappé finally responded to this call with his foot, as hoped, even before the vaccination was open to all adults, unconditionally, from May 31, next Monday.

In fact, many adults in France, supposed to have to wait, have already been vaccinated, and for several weeks already. Regarding vaccination, precisely, 23,335,997 people received a first injection since the start of the campaign, at the very end of December, and 9,738,741 two injections, according to the Directorate General of Health. The government is targeting 30 million first injections by mid-June.


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