World Coronavirus: Roselyne Bachelot opposed to the vaccine passport to enter cultural places
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The Minister of Culture spoke this Wednesday on France 2 about the vaccine passport, the reopening of museums and summer festivalsCULTURE - The Minister of Culture spoke this Wednesday on France 2 on the subject of the vaccine passport, the reopening of museums and summer festivals
Et si l 'we presented proof that we were vaccinated against Covid-19 at the same time as our cinema ticket before entering a dark room? A prospect that is not a good idea in the eyes of.
“I remain opposed to thewhich seems to me an attack on our freedoms. The lover of freedoms that I am has a hard time imagining it! If we got there, it would be a step backwards, ”declared the Minister of Culture on Wednesday in on France 2.
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Reacting toSummer festivals , Louis Aliot, of four museums of the city, the minister disapproved of what is contrary to "respect for the republican principle." It is still curious that the mayor does not respect the laws of the Republic and does not apply the rules to himself, "she observed.
In addition, questioned again on a calendar for the reopening of museums, Roselyne Bachelot reaffirmed that "it is still too early to set a precise date" and that this reopening will take place during "a continuous decline ”in contamination figures“ which has not yet stabilized ”.
For next summer's festivals, Roselyne Bachelot made a point of making the difference between that of Aix-en-Provence, for example, which is held in "a performance hall", and "standing festivals which pose a problem". Because, in these, there is "a mass of population of several thousand people and sanitary conditions more difficult to implement".
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“I am working with these festival organizers, be it Hellfest, Vieilles charrues, Eurockéennes, to see how we can ensure the safety of spectators and people on and around the stage. It is a very substantial work, with tests at the entrance: how to implement them, how to finance them ... "
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