Thousands vaccinated at the Orange Velodrome
Everything is done to precision, from accommodating the public to the medical and administrative care and finally through the vaccination at the Orange Velodrome. This all-new system, entirely supported and piloted by the City of Marseille, in partnership with the Agence Régionale de Santé, the Bataillon des Marins-Pompiers de Marseille (Marseille Marine Fire Brigade) and the APHM, has made it possible to vaccinate more than 3,800 people at the Orange Vélodrome, made available by the Olympique de Marseille, since 15 March.
The VIP lounges of the Ganay stand on level 0 and level 2 have been refurbished as reception centres, waiting rooms, doctors' surgery and vaccination cubicles to allow the numerous beneficiaries as well as the doctors, nurses and firemen present on-site every day to be welcomed in compliance with health standards. The general public has access to the centre through Gate 9, parvis Ganay.
Since last Wednesday, the number of people vaccinated per day at the Orange Velodrome, the largest vaccination centre in Marseille, rose from 500 to 700. Throughout April, it will increase to more than1000 per day.
Vaccinations are by appointment only for eligible people.
To register, visit the maiia platform or by telephone on 3013 (AlloMairie).