The Boulogne-sur-Mer vaccinodrome is closing its doors like many others in the Nord and Pas-de-Calais
Large vaccination centers are disappearing from the landscape of our cities. In Maubeuge, he left the Luna performance hall. In Douai the vaccinodrome remained at Gayant expo but in a smaller configuration. The Zénith de Lille, the largest in the region, will once again host shows. In 5 months, the Lille Zénith vaccination center carried out 310,000 injections. Up to 3,600 per day. 500 in the last few weeks.
Smaller vaccination centers
On the Opal Coast too, the vaccinodromes are lowering the curtain. The Kursaal in Dunkirk has once again become a cultural place. The Gambetta forum in Calais will soon no longer be a vaccination center. In Boulogne-sur-Mer the vaccine park of the sports center will close its doors on September 30 to allow sporting events. In 6, 150,000 doses were analyzed in the Boulogne-sur-Mer vaccination center. For the past few weeks, these have been 250 doses per day. (instead of 1600 per stronger day of the campaign)
The mayor of Boulogne wants financial assistance from the state
The Boulogne-sur-Mer vaccinodrome drew crowds. But it weighs on the finances of the city: nearly 500,000 euros. Mayor Frédéric Cuvillier demands accountability from the state “I remind you that it is not for the communities to get involved in its public health issues”