Vaccination des Français résidant en Indonesie - Message de l'Ambassade

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Chers compatriotes,



Je suis heureux de vous annoncer que les Français de l’étranger qui n’ont pas accès aux vaccins agréés par l’Agence européenne du Médicament vont pouvoir bénéficier d’une campagne de vaccination dans leur pays de résidence. Un contrat vient d’être signé à cet effet entre la société International SOS et le ministère des Affaires étrangères. Les vaccins seront acheminés depuis la France, en priorité vers les pays où la circulation du virus est la plus active et où sont présents des variants préoccupants..

Pour l’Indonésie, c’est le réseau SOS Medika qui sera chargé de l’administration des doses à la communauté française. La France sera ainsi le premier pays à vacciner ses ressortissants en Indonésie.

Je vous donnerai de plus amples informations sur cette campagne de vaccination dès que les modalités pratiques en auront été arrêtées.

J’ai également le plaisir de vous confirmer que le vaccin AstraZeneca administré en Indonésie est reconnu en France. Les Français ayant pu bénéficier de l’administration de ce vaccin en Indonésie peuvent demander à leur médecin traitant en France d’établir un certificat de vaccination qui pourra être inclus dans le pass sanitaire français.

Avec mon amical souvenir,

OLIVIER CHAMBARD
Ambassadeur de France à Jakarta
 

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I studied French in university > 25 years ago... Guess it is Google translate from here!
 

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I studied French in university > 25 years ago... Guess it is Google translate from here!
Basically it says that the french government, through its Embassy, has signed a contract with SOS Medika to vaccinate french residing in Indonesia who would not be able to get vaccins RECOGNISED BY THE AGENCE EUROPEENNE DU MEDICAMENT, through the existing Indonesian programs.
 

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Lucky you did not give up your French passport yet, then?
It wouldn't concern me anyway. I am fully vaccinated with Astra Zeneca, thanks to the Indonesian government, and won't have to use the SOS Medika services.
And even if I would have been vaccinated with Sinovac I wouldn't look at getting a recognized by the European Agency of medication (or whatever the correct translation is) vaccin in order to be allowed to enter Europe.
I haven't been to France (or Europe) since 2012 and have no plans to get there before a long, long time. Far too busy here to think about taking more than a week off.
My kids could be concerned since they are Sinovac vaccinated but I am not sure the french immigration would let them in: they must be the only french citizen speaking fluently three different languages... but not even 3 words of French! :ROFLMAO:
At 50 y.o I recently realized that I spent almost 40 years of my life out of my native country. Though I feel culturally French, I don't wait anything from "my" government, especially since I contribute nothing anymore to it.
 

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