Paris: France aims to launch a vast vaccination campaign against Covid-19 between April and June of next year, President Emmanuel Macron said on Tuesday. Early 2021 will see a first vaccination campaign targeted at the most fragile and most exposed groups, followed by a second campaign for the rest of the population, Macron said during a press briefing at the Elysie Palace in Paris . Prime Minister Jean Castex, speaking to parliament, added that people living in retirement homes and some staff working there would be given priority for vaccinations. The whole world is hoping that the Covid injections could be ready for use by the end of this year received a boost when U.S. company Moderna announced it was filing for emergency clearance on Monday. its Covid-19 vaccine in the United States and Europe. Another vaccine developed by Pfizer and BioNTech has also been submitted for approval on both sides of the Atlantic in recent days, with both inoculations claiming an efficacy of around 95%. Pfizer / BioNTech predicted their vaccine could be enlightened in the United States shortly after December 10, while the European drugs regulator said earlier Tuesday that it would decide by December 29 whether to grant them emergency approval, prior to Moderna treatment.