Senior citizens vaccinated against Kovid-19 are gradually achieving normal life


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M. Boiseau, C. Madini, N. Boiseau, L. Saudre – FranceInfo

France television

A large proportion of British senior citizens have been successful in getting vaccinated against Kovid-19. On Monday 24 May, they can get together again or enjoy activities that were previously impossible for them.

This is a major step in the fight against Kovid-19 in the United Kingdom. Many seniors have been successful in getting vaccinated against the virus. Now immune, they can slowly return to normal way of life. The epidemic figures are increasingly reassuring in many cities in Kent in the south-east of England. In recent weeks, no cases of Kovid-19 have been found in people over 70 years of age.

Vaccinated seniors can now find practices they could not do for a long time. Some get together to go for a walk. “For four months, we had to stop everything, so finding friends is very important”Says Colin Filpot, a member of the Maidstone Walkers Group. Other seniors, after being isolated for a long time, eventually take the opportunity to find their family members.

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