Offbeat Coronavirus-128 French young people repatriated from Malta
COVID-19: Malta renounces closing its borders to the non-vaccinated
© provided by the point to a few hours of the entry into force of the measure, Malta finally gave up closing its borders to non-vaccinated persons against COVID-19. On the other hand, travelers will have to respect about forty. "People who arrive in Malta (...) without being in possession of a vaccination certificate will be forced to submit to a quarantine period," said the Government of Vallett in an opinion, Tuesday, July 13. The duration of this quarantine is not known immediately.
health-coronavirus / Malta (photo): coronavirus-128 young French people returned from Malta
La Valette, July 22 (Reuters) - a group of 128 young French young, tested positive with Cvid- 19 in Malta where they had traveled for a linguistic stay, had to be repatriated on Thursday by Charter, "said Maltese authorities.
Adolescents, mostly unvaccinated, were subsequent to a strict quarantine after taking the virus while they had been tested "negative" at their departure from France.
The senior official to the public health of Malta said Wednesday that foreigners who came to linguistic stay were the first cluster of the island, a quarter of the national contaminations at CVIV-19.
Language schools have been closed since last week.
The Government of Maltese organizes from Charters to repatriate young people to Rome, Frankfurt, Madrid or Paris. (Report Chris Scicluna, French version Sophie Louet, edited by Jean-Stéphane Brush)
Far-right and others march against French virus rules .
PARIS (AP) — Far-right activists and members of France’s yellow vest movement protested Saturday against a bill requiring everyone to have a special virus pass to enter restaurants and other venues and mandating COVID-19 vaccinations for all health care workers. Legislators in France’s Senate were debating the bill Saturday after the lower house of parliament approved it Friday, as virus infections are spiking and hospitalizations are rising anew. The French government is trying to speed up vaccinations to protect vulnerable populations and hospitals, and avoid new lockdowns.