The duty of vaccination and health pass continues to mobilize the French. About 141,000 people took to the streets against 160,000 last weekend, according to official figures from the French Interior Ministry.
According to the French media, there were 215 protests in France on Saturday, September 4, condemning the establishment of the health pass, a move that undermines individual liberty.
Police in riot gear stormed a rally in Paris on Friday, removing hundreds of protesters by truck.
The Constituent Assembly in early August confirmed the bulk of the bill to manage the Covit-19 crisis in France, auditing a number of provisions relating to its termination, including the extension of the health pass and the mandatory vaccination of caregivers. “Automatic” placement in isolation for certain employment contracts and positive lawsuits.
According to the Otoxa Spine Consulting study published daily by Le Figaro, 67% of French people approve of the health pass, which President Emmanuel Macron does not rule out extending beyond November 15.
France, with a population of about 67 million, is on the verge of crossing the threshold of 50 million people who have received at least one dose of the vaccine. About 45 million people, or 67.3% of the total population, are fully vaccinated.
Authorities launched an operation this weekend called “All Vaccines, at the Beginning of the School Year,” which allows you to get vaccinated without an appointment.
As a reminder, The French bosses asked last week to put up with it The end of the health pass duty that “weighs these business spaces”.