Ireland French Football Association Leads Health Pass An
Jean-Marie Bigard wants to boycott the sanitary pass for his show
© Alain Jocard / AFP The French humorist Jean-Marie Bigard participates in a manifestation of "yellow vests", September 12, 2020 in Paris. After Jean-Marie Bigard's announcement on Instagram of his opposition to the "sanitary pass" for his show, one of the rooms that must welcome him recalls that the health protocol must be respected.
The coronavirus pandemic has caused the French football dressing to introduce a health pass. Therein, tests, vaccinations or surviving infections are to be listed.
In France, footballers need a health pass in the future to participate in club football. This announced the French Football Association (FFF) on Saturday. Only with this identity card, in which negative tests, vaccinations or a survived corona infection are noted, it will be possible in the future to play football, to use the changing rooms and enter the grandstands.
"We are aware that the health pass is an additional burden on our licensees and our clubs," said FFF President Noel Le Graet in the official explanation: "This measure now seems to be the safest solution to return to the Close football while protecting our players as well as possible. Your health has priority for us. "
COVID-19: Facing the Variant Delta, Italy Generalizes the Sanitary Power
© Tiziana Fabi / AFP From August 6th, the Sanitary Power will be mandatory in Italy to access the closed places like the bars and restaurants, has announced Thursday, July 22 the government. A device inspired by the French pass but which has less constraints. "Green Pass". This is the name of the sanitary pass that will come into effect on August 6 in Italy. Faced with the threat of the Variant Delta, which broadcasts in several European countries, the government has decided to take action.
The start of the national amateur competitions is scheduled for August, while the regional championships should begin in September. "This expected resumption will be enabled by introducing the health pass from the first training sessions and games of the season," said the association.
For young people between twelve and 17 years, the pass should be introduced at the end of September. Only children under twelve years are excluded from the new rule.
The health pass is needed in France for several days to visit recreational and cultural institutions. In August, the gastronomy and public passenger traffic should be added. In Italy, the "green pass" was introduced in mid-July, with which the visit of football matches should be possible again.
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