•   
  •   
  •   

Offbeat Pass sanitary: "clarifications in the coming days" for non-vaccinable persons, promises Attal

15:10  19 july  2021
15:10  19 july  2021 Source:   europe1.fr

Photos - Charlotte Gainsbourg Stylish Mom and Accomplice With Her Daughter Alice Attal in Venice

 Photos - Charlotte Gainsbourg Stylish Mom and Accomplice With Her Daughter Alice Attal in Venice © Saskia Lawaks / Press Service Saint Laurent Paris Photos - Charlotte Gainsbourg Stylish Mom and Accomplice with his daughter Alice Attal in Venice Charlotte Gainsbourg celebrates 50 Years on July 21, 2021 and sharing with her eldest daughter, Alice Attal, her passion for fashion. It was together that they attended the Spring-Summer 2022 men's parade of Saint Laurent Paris held in Venice on July 14, 2021.

Le porte-parole du gouvernement Gabriel Attal a promis lundi © Ludovic Marin / AFP The Government spokesman Gabriel Attal has promised Monday "clarifications" announced "in the coming days" regarding the use of the sanitary pass. These details will vaude for pregnant women and people who can not receive the VVID vaccine.

The Government spokesperson Gabriel Attal promised Monday "clarifications" announced "In the coming days" on the use of the sanitary pass for pregnant women and people who can not receive the vaccine against Covid . "In the coming days, clarifications will be given for (these people) to be penalized," promised Gabriel Attal on Franceinfo, ensuring that there was no question of obliging them to be tested every 48 hours.

Jean-Marie Bigard "categorically refuses" the sanitary pass ... except for his shows

 Jean-Marie Bigard © Alain Jocard / AFP Jean-Marie Bigard at the day of mobilization of "yellow vests" in Paris in September 2020. " me c 'Is July 23rd! And there will be no sanitary footsteps !!!!!!! I categorically refuse !!!!!!!! »The message of Jean-Marie Bigard on an Instagram on July 7, to promote his next show to the arena of Fréjus, did not seem to be confusing. But the truth may be "elsewhere".

No request from the Pass in higher education

The use of the Sanitary Pass must be extended Wednesday at the entrance of all places of leisure and culture bringing together more than 50 people, before, "in early August", Extended to restaurants, cafes, shopping centers, medical facilities and long-distance transport.

For non-vaccinable people, the government's idea would be to enable them to obtain a health pass, despite their impossibility of being vaccinated, often for medical reasons, and without having to undergo regular tests. It is not "not planned" to request the sanitary pass in higher education, also added Gabriel Attal, without specifying the measures that would be in place in September in September.

The essential Coronavirus

Here are the places where the sanitary pass applies from Wednesday

 Here are the places where the sanitary pass applies from Wednesday © AFP The extension of the sanitary pass concerns several public places from Wednesday. Here are. The decree has been published in the Official Journal Tuesday. The government clarified the first places that will be affected by the extension of the sanitary pass on Wednesday, July 21.

> Coronavirus: Can the summer weather slow down the Delta Variant?

> COVID-19: France also makes the gifts to encourage vaccination

> A study draws the portrait of anti-vaccines in France

> Covid: the countries that have made the opposite of us "were better on All fronts "

> Coronavirus: Why can a PCR test be positive for a month after an infection?

> COVID-19: All you need to know about the European Pass

An increase in the "stratospheric" incidence rate

the increase in the incidence rate, "almost + 100%" over the last seven days , is "extremely worrying, stratospheric," he also required to emphasize. "So yes, we have to adapt our measures to a much more contagious variant," said Gabriel Attal, asked about Saturday's demonstrations against the extension of the sanitary pass.

The Council of Ministers Monday adopts the bill with the new anti-COVID measures, including the extension of the sanitary pass, before a review this week by Parliament, under the pressure of the resumption of the epidemic in France.

Valérie Pécresse and Stanislas Guerini want to make the anti-covid tests .
Valérie Pécresse and Stanislas Guerini are both favorable to charge the anti-Covid tests "comfort". © Reuters / Gonzalo Fuentes and Eliot Blondet / abacapress.com The President of the Ile-de-France Region Valérie Pécresse (former LR, free!) And the General Delegate of LREM Stanislas Guerini are both favorable to do Paying "comfort" anti-covid tests to encourage vaccination, as well as an extension of the sanitary pass.

usr: 1
This is interesting!