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US Coronavirus: vaccination "will not be compulsory"

01:40  25 november  2020
01:40  25 november  2020 Source:   europe1.fr

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Matt Hancock has said any coronavirus vaccine would not be made compulsory . Hancock, reminded that he last year said there was a “strong argument” for compulsory vaccinations for children when they start school, said at Monday’s daily coronavirus press conference in Downing

© AFP "Vaccination will not be compulsory", Emmanuel Macron announced Tuesday evening, during a televised address devoted to the reduction of confinement. The first vaccinations are planned at the end of December or the beginning of January.

Emmanuel Macron announced on Tuesday that vaccination against the Covid-19 would not be mandatory and that the campaign would begin "from the end of December, beginning of January" for "the most fragile people".

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"I will not make vaccination compulsory"

"I want to be clear I will not make vaccination compulsory", a he declared during a televised address, wishing that this new stage in the fight against the pandemic be done "in a clear, transparent way, by sharing at each stage, all the information, what we know, like what we do not know". "Some (vaccines) will be available from the end of December, beginning of January, and a second generation will arrive in the spring", also indicated Emmanuel Macron, assuring that France, with the European Union, had "secured (e) the number of doses "needed.

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We are not anti- vaccination but we are pro-choice. There is a huge difference between coercion and making a free choice. Qantas CEO Alan Joyce has claimed that compulsory vaccinations for international travel will become the norm worldwide.

The first vaccines "probably from the end of December, the beginning of January"

"The first vaccines, subject to the results of clinical trials, can be administered as soon as the competent health authorities have been validated (...) We will probably start at the end of December, beginning January, subject to validation by the health authorities, by vaccinating the most fragile people and therefore the oldest, "he said. The High Authority for Health indicated on Friday that it would publish "around November 30" its final recommendations on the public to be vaccinated as a priority then, "probably around mid-December", its final opinion on the organization of the vaccination campaign , currently under public consultation.

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Coronavirus – latest updates. See all our coronavirus coverage. Australia’s deputy chief medical officer, Professor Paul Kelly, earlier said it would not be compulsory at first but it was hoped that there There will have been fewer elderly people dying of pneumonia because of reduced circulating

First, we've looked at a widely shared video posted on YouTube that claims changes introduced in UK law give the government the power to enforce vaccinations as a result of the coronavirus outbreak. Under current UK law, however, this is not the case - vaccines are not compulsory .


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mask Only half of French people are ready to be vaccinated against Covid-19

"We are going to organize a campaign of vaccination (...) as close as possible to people (...) The health authorities with the State, local communities, will define the practical methods of deploying vaccines with hospitals, retirement homes and all city ​​doctors ", assured the Head of State. To "guarantee health security, a scientific committee will be responsible for monitoring vaccination, a group of citizens will also be set up to involve the population more broadly", he added. Only half of French people are ready to be vaccinated against Covid-19, according to the various surveys carried out on the subject .

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