REPLAY. Relive the announcements of Emmanuel Macron in the face of the rebound of the Covid-19 epidemic

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8:44 p.m. : Emmanuel Macron’s announcements have obviously had an effect on part of the unvaccinated population. The Doctolib medical appointment booking site indicates that “17,000 appointments are taken every minute at the moment.” So much so that the site appears somewhat saturated.

8:42 p.m. : Emmanuel Macron’s speech is now over. Here’s what to remember:

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.

8:32 p.m. : The president finally announces the creation of a “commitment income for young people (…) without employment or training”. This last “will be based on a logic of duties and rights

8:36 p.m. : The president announces that the government and the social partners will discuss the future pension reform at a social conference “from the start of the school year, even if this reform will wait until “the epidemic is under control and the recovery well assured”.

8:27 p.m. : “We will have to initiate as soon as the sanitary conditions are met, the pension reform. (…) Yes, our system is unfair with 42 different regimes (…). And therefore, the special regimes will have to be abolished for new employees in these sectors. Yes, because we are living longer, we will have to work longer and retire later. “

8:45 p.m. : “The reform of unemployment insurance will be fully implemented from October 1, based on a simple desire: in France, one must always earn a better living by working than by staying at home, launches Emmanuel Macron, while the Council of State has yet to consider the substance of the reform, after having suspended its entry into force scheduled for July 1.

8:24 p.m. : Emmanuel Macron closes the Covid-19 page of his speech and now discusses the economic situation and the reforms he wishes to carry out by the end of the five-year term.

8:22 p.m. : “From this fall, the famous PCR tests will be paid for, unless prescribed by a doctor, in order to encourage vaccination rather than the multiplication of tests.”

8:22 p.m. : This will require Parliament to pass a new law by then. Until now, the health pass was necessary to attend events bringing together at least 1,000 people. These had to present the result of a negative virological test, proof of vaccination status or a certificate of recovery following contamination.

8:22 p.m. : Emmanuel Macron also wants to extend the health pass to “cafes, restaurants, shopping centers, hospitals” as well as in trains from “early August”.

8:21 p.m. : The health pass will be extended to places of leisure and culture. Concretely, for all our compatriots over 12 years, it will be necessary, to access a show, an amusement park, a concert or a festival, to have been vaccinated or to present a recent negative test “, announces the president. This obligation will come into force from July 21.

8:17 p.m. : “The state of health emergency will be declared tomorrow in the Council of Ministers for Martinique and Réunion and a curfew will be established.”

8:35 p.m. : “A recall campaign will be set up” for older people vaccinated in January and February 2021 to benefit “a new injection” according to the same system and under the same conditions as the first (s). “Appointments can be made from the first days of September.” # COVID_19

8:17 p.m. : “Specific vaccination campaigns will be deployed in schools from the start of the school year.”

8:17 p.m. : It will also be necessary to “ask the question of compulsory vaccination for all French people, warns Emmanuel Macron, who is currently choosing the “trust”.

8:17 p.m. : These staff “will have until September 15 to be vaccinated”. “From September 15, controls will be carried out and sanctions will be taken”, warns the president.

8:17 p.m. : Emmanuel Macron announces that the vaccination will be “obligatory” 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”.

8:17 p.m. : “We have to move towards the vaccination of all, because it is the only way to return to normal life in the first place.”

8:18 p.m. : “The equation is simple: the more we vaccinate, the less space we leave for the virus to spread, the more we will avoid hospitalizations and the more we will avoid other mutations of the virus., launches Emmanuel Macron, who decrees “a summer of mobilization for vaccination”.

8:07 p.m. : “Our country is facing a strong resumption of the epidemic. (…) The appearance of the so-called Delta variant is indeed reflected in an increase in contaminations all over the world because this variant is three times more contagious than the first strain. It rushes into all areas not covered by vaccination. ”

8:07 p.m. : “The ‘whatever the cost’ (…) is at the origin of a vigorous rebound. Our growth should stand at 6% in 2021, at the head of the major European economies. France, for the second year in a row, has been named the most attractive country in Europe. Contrary to expectations, jobs held up. “

8:07 p.m. : “Thanks to the exceptional commitment of our caregivers, thanks to your good citizenship, we have managed to control the epidemic and to relive again. (…) We had managed, during these last weeks, to pass under 2,000 contaminations per day, against more than 35,000 at the height of the crisis. ”

8:08 p.m. : Emmanuel Macron is preparing to speak on the health crisis and the end of his five-year term. You can follow his speech on France 2, the franceinfo channel but also in this direct.

19:49 : A priori no, @Cdn. “It goes without saying that, given the very tense context, it would still be a little out of step…”, concedes a close friend of Emmanuel Macron in Le Parisien (article for subscribers). The president was nevertheless committed to it during the “anecdotes contest” with the two YouTubers at the end of May.

19:36 : A little lightness, it is necessary in these difficult times, the portrayal of McFly and Carlito will it be displayed during the presidential address following the President’s promise?

6:44 p.m. : During his speech scheduled for 8 p.m., the President of the Republic must announce that the Council of State will be seized on Tuesday of this bill concerning new provisions in the health field. It will then be presented to the Council of Ministers on July 19, submitted to the Law Commission on July 20 and debated in session in the National Assembly on July 21.

6:39 p.m. : Emmanuel Macron is due to announce this evening that the compulsory vaccination of caregivers and the extension of the health pass will be the subject of a bill that will have to be voted on in Parliament by the end of the month, according to what has been learned franceinfo from government sources.

6:00 p.m. : It’s time to take stock of the news:

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.

17:19 : Hello @Trajan. Emmanuel Macron will indeed speak this evening to discuss among other things the health situation in France. I tried to get information, but as I speak to you, no sign of an interview or presidential intervention on July 14th. It must be said that with the current head of state, the interviews during the national holiday are not a tradition: he has done so only once since his accession to the Elysee Palace. It was last year.

5:35 p.m. : Hello Vincent, the president’s speech tonight? July 14: second speech? Or is the traditional speech of July 14 canceled? Thank you

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