Europe’s governments are looking at what steps should be taken to encourage minorities to get vaccinated. There are two options that have been widely discussed: Health passport required to be vaccinated. Austria chose the second option and will have to immunize everyone starting February. France doesn’t believe so. Gabriel Attal, spokesperson of the French government, said that mandatory orders were not the best way for people to get vaccinated against covid-19. He claimed that it was not possible to motivate them.Better results were achieved by increasing the restrictions on the unvaccinated.
French citizens are required to present a vaccination letter and a negative covid-19 result to get into restaurants, bars and to travel interregionally. However, the number of infections is increasing due to more infectious omicron variants. The National Assembly is currently debating legislation to ban negative tests and mandate vaccination lettersThese spaces are yours.
President Emmanuel Macron He stated this week that he was trying to make life difficult for the unvaccinated and offer them a Covid-19 vaccination. France’s National Institute of Health and Medical Research(Inserm), stated this week that nearly four out of 10 people aren’t vaccinated against the coronavirus because they have difficulty accessing health care. “We will not change our decision to apply pressure on those who aren’t vaccinated.”Attal said this Sunday to BFM TV.
France has more than 300,000. Coronavirus infection in France on FridayIt’s the second time in succession. Hospitalizations, including COVID-19 ICU patients, are on the rise, placing pressure on healthcare systems.
“We cannot proceed with the diagnosis (the numbers),” Lionel Barrand, chairman of Syndicat National Les Bioologistes Médicaux, told BFM television.