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500,000 French are at risk of expiring the Corona proof

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500,000 French are at risk of expiring the Corona proof

A good half a million French people are at risk of being classified as “unvaccinated” again. Image: dpa Anyone who was vaccinated seven months ago needs a booster as of today in order to continue to be considered vaccinated. The government wants to ban the unvaccinated from using cultural facilities, restaurants and long-distance trains. As of today, Saturday, new rules for proof of vaccination in the health passport apply in France. Anyone who was vaccinated seven months ago now needs a booster to continue to be considered vaccinated. According to the Ministry of Health, around 560,000 people are at risk of losing their vaccination status. The stricter rules have been in effect for people over 65 since mid-December. The health card complies with the 3G rule and must be shown in France to get into bars or theatres, for example. In the fight against the fifth wave of corona, the French government wants to provide further incentives for vaccination. She also wanted to adjust the access regulations in mid-January and deny the unvaccinated access to cultural institutions, restaurants and long-distance trains. However, the bill has not yet passed Parliament. After several session breaks in the House of Commons, the passage could be further delayed. The deliberations in both chambers of Parliament ended without a result. The text now has to go back to the National Assembly and Senate before it can finally be passed.

The number of infections has skyrocketed in France in recent weeks. Omicron now accounts for two-thirds of the cases sequenced. Most recently, the authorities reported a good 329,000 infections within one day. The number of infections registered per 100,000 people within a week was around 2829 nationwide.



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