Catherine, a young mother, is about to receive her first dose of vaccine in a vaccinobus from the North. The staff is very caring, and a very personalized interview is conducted. “I still prefer to come here than to go to other centers where it’s crowded, here it’s more reassuring I find”, motto the patient. The obligation of the health pass in many places and especially the passage of the bus in his village ended up dispelling his doubts about the vaccine.
“Since we have no means of transport, it helps us a lot”, she contextualizes. Since last Friday, the bus has been criss-crossing remote villages. It is also an experience for caregivers, forced to work in a few square meters. “We are not in our comfort zone, we adapt, it is very good, we are close to people, it is without an appointment, there is spontaneity”, summarizes Mélanie Ducrocq, nurse. Every day, between 20 and 80 doses are administered in this vaccine bus.