Macron: France introduces compulsory vaccination for doctors
The French authorities are introducing compulsory vaccination for those who, in their profession, are in regular contact with people, at risk. First of all, we are talking about doctors. This was announced by the President of the Republic Emmanuel Macron during a televised address to the nation.
“Vaccination will be mandatory for everyone who comes into contact with vulnerable people,” Marcon said. is currently experiencing another peak in coronavirus infections. “If we do not act today, the number of cases will continue to rise sharply, and the number of hospitalizations will increase from August,” the president said.
As Macron stressed, now all hope is for vaccination. “The more we vaccinate, the less space we leave for the spread of the virus, the more we avoid hospitalizations,” he noted.
According to the French president, “getting vaccinated is the only way to protect yourself.” In this regard, he Macron called on all French people to get vaccinated as soon as possible. Because otherwise, the authorities will have to consider compulsory vaccination of the entire population.
The French leader also announced the introduction of health passes in the country. Starting in August, only with such medical passports, which indicate that a person has been vaccinated or has a negative PCR test, will it be possible to get to bars, cafes, restaurants, shopping centers, hospitals, nursing homes, on long-distance buses, trains, etc. aircraft.