Should we remove the constraints for the vaccinated?
ANALYSIS – The prospect of permanently abandoning the mask or of no longer being condemned to shut himself up for a week because one has been in contact is certainly attractive. But is it a good idea to release the vaccinated from all constraints?
Véran sketched it out, Castex did it: fully vaccinated people will no longer be considered as a contact case if they have crossed paths with an infected person, and will therefore not be obliged to isolate themselves as long as they pass a screening and be negative. Vaccination is also one of the keys to the health pass, which allows the mask to be removed in places where it is applied.
Is it a good idea to exempt the vaccinated from the obligations imposed on others? The prospect of permanently abandoning the mask or of no longer being condemned to shut himself up for a week because we had lunch with a colleague who ignored himself ill is certainly attractive.
But the epidemic is far from over, the Delta variant promises us a complicated summer, and collective immunity has not yet been acquired. Releasing the vaccinated from all constraints therefore resembles an armistice celebration that would take place while the cannons are still howling …
Especially since by affirming that “Analyses
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