Sport COVID-19. New Saturday of manifestations against the sanitary pass
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eleventh act of weekly mobilization, down for several weeks. Some 185 events were again planned for Saturday, September 25 in France against the health care of the government to counter the CVIV-19 epidemic.
Between 60,000 and 80,000 protesters against theare expected this Saturday, September 25 throughout France, according to the police. According to the Ministry of the Interior, they were 80,000 protesters throughout the territory , of which 6,000 in Paris, far from the 237,000 participants of August 7th.
New manifestations against the sanitary pass in France
Tens of thousands of protesters went down Saturday, for the ninth consecutive week, in the streets of many cities of France to denounce the sanitary pass. © Reuters / Benoit Tessier Tens of thousands of protesters went down Saturday, for the ninth consecutive week, in the streets of many cities in France to denounce the sanitary pass, a few days before the coming into force of the obligation vaccine for health professions.
Four processions in Paris
Four processions are planned in the capital, like last week and the police expect equivalent mobilization (about 6,000 people). From 12 pm in Paris, "yellow vests" will start from Lyon train station to go to the Sacred Heart.
at 2 pm, the manifestation of the patriots, taken by Florian Philippot (ex-number 2 of the National Front), will head from Barcelona's place in the 16th arrondissement to the Vauban Square in the 7th arrondissement. The last two advertised processions should be much smaller.
Tensions feared by the police
The police fear of possible "tensions" in Marseille, Metz and Nancy. On September 11, clashes had erupted in the capital between protesters and police forces in the morning then at the end of the day around the Palais-Royal, giving rise to 104 arrests. But on September 18, the parades had been calm and the authorities had only reported 12 arrests throughout the country.
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beyond November 15th?
A bill to extend the passenger pass beyond 15 November will be presented on October 13 in the Council of Ministers.
The sanitary pass became mandatory on July 21st in the places welcoming more than 50 people. It was then extended to hospitals except emergencies, bars and restaurants, large shopping centers on prefectural decision and on 30 August at 1.8 million employees in contact with the public. On September 30, it should be applied to 12-17 years.
The Minister of Health, Olivier Véran also indicated Monday, September 20 that the government reflected an.
8 107 Persons Hospitalized
This new day of mobilization occurs while more than 50 million Frenchmen received at least one injection ofand that the decline of the patients of the continues in France. Friday, against more than 9,000 a week before. Of these patients, 1,586 were in intensive care.
The Government announced Wednesday the lifting from October 4 of the obligation of the port of the mask at the primary school in the departments least affected by the CVIV-19 epidemic.
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