US Covid in China: the return of masks and "sanitary pass" in the megalopols
The sanitary pass will be applied to the assembly ... except to enter the Hemicycle
© Marc Chaumeil in the Bourbon Palace. Some see there a new "two weight two measurements". others retort "constitutionality" . Then that the majority struggles to vote serenely at the National Assembly the bill providing for mandatory vaccination of caregivers and extension of the sanitary pass in France, the Republic in March must face a new controversy. since Wednesday, to enter a museum or cinema, one must present its pass. Which is not done without reluctance sometimes.
Summer is also under the sign of Delta Variant in China. 18 new cases have been reported by the health authorities in the Eastern Province of Jiangsu, where the Nankin Regional Capital has 184 confirmed cases. Tourist attractions have been closed and the return of the mask and "sanitary pass" in Chinese megalopolies.
with our correspondent in Beijing, Stéphane Lagarde
Wear your masks! "Thank you for carrying your masks," recalls this "baoan", security attendant at the entrance of a shopping center of the Universities district in Beijing.
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© Europe 1 Guest Sunday of Europe 1, the leader of members LR Damien Abad has severely judged the Management by the executive of the sanitary pass file. The government "imposes a constraint pact", he considers, regretting a lack of anticipation. While the opponents of the sanitary pass mobilize on the street, with a new day of events on Saturday, the debates on the bill concerning the extension of the controversial pass continue to Parliament.
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Since two cases have been confirmed in the northern Chinese capital, committees of Residences immediately emerged the arsenal of control and tracing. Infrared thermometers, verification of the QR health code on smartphones ....
"I do not know when the restrictions will be relaxed. We must follow the orders, explains the security person. We were asked to take over the controls Thursday [29 July NDLR]. A restaurant not far from here to close. A contact case would have passed. All customers are in quarantine.
of large-scale quarantines, public companies that ask their staff not to leave the capital, Beijing had not experienced such restrictions for months. The two positive cases are a couple, high tourist place of the province of Hunan in the center of China where this Friday, July 30 residences, cinemas and other entertainment venues are closed. Same for the terracotta museum in Xi'an, there too tourist spot under high surveillance of white combinations ...
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© Pixabay Covid-19: 60% of primo-vaccinated French, Algeria drastically hardens its measures new measures, new balance sheets and highlights: the point on the latest evolutions of the Cvid-19 pandemic in the world. "At the Forceps" According to several elected officials, the sanitary pass was definitively adopted Sunday night by the French Parliament, the day after a new day of mobilization of his opponents.
But it is in Nankin that the situation is the most tense. More than 180 cases reported since July 20th. On Friday, the experts explained that the transmission of the virus in one China to the ultra filtered inputs, had occurred when cleaning up a Russian plane. For the health authorities of the city, it would besince Wuhan.
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