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The vaccination will be “obligatory” by September 15 for “nursing and non-nursing staff in hospitals, clinics, retirement homes, establishments for people with disabilities, for all professionals or volunteers who work in contact with vulnerable people, including at home“.
Elderly people vaccinated in January and February will benefit from a “new injection” in September. The appointments will be open at the beginning of September.
The state of health emergency will be declared tomorrow in Martinique and Reunion Island and a curfew will be implemented.
The health pass will be extended to places of leisure and culture (shows, amusement parks, concerts or festivals) even for less than 1,000 people. This pass could even become compulsory to access the “cafes, restaurants, shopping centers, hospitals” as well as in trains from “early August” if a bill to this effect is adopted by Parliament.
A “commitment income for young people (…) without employment or training” will be created.
Extension of the health pass? Obligation for caregivers to be vaccinated against Covid-19? Emmanuel Macron addresses the French at 8 p.m. to present measures against the very contagious variant Delta, which thwarts the recovery and its reform ambitions for the end of his mandate. You can of course follow this intervention with us.
• Be careful if you are in eastern France. Five departments, from Bas-Rhin to Jura, have been placed on orange vigilance for “rain-flooding”. Heavy rain is expected around 10 p.m. until midday Tuesday.
• An acceleration that could last: the Covid-19 pandemic will have long-term effects on world food security, after having contributed in 2020 to a surge in the number of people facing hunger, warns the United Nations specialized agency FAO.
• People wishing to attend the July 14 military parade on the Champs-Elysées in Paris will need to have a health pass and wear a mask, the police headquarters announced this morning.