Reuters reported that French President Macron has said that there is no need for containment measures for people who have not been vaccinated, as countries are again tightening the reins of quarantine as the COVID-19 rapidly re-spreads in Europe, Reuters reported.
According to the report, President Macron said in an interview with the local media, “Countries that block out unvaccinated people are countries that have not implemented vaccine passes, and we do not need such measures.”
Currently, in France, to visit restaurants, cafes, cinemas, or to travel on long-distance trains, you must present proof that you have been vaccinated or that you have recently tested negative.
President Macron has diagnosed that the vaccine pass system is preventing the spread of the COVID-19 virus in the country.
However, contrary to this policy in France, countries in Europe, such as Germany and Austria, are strengthening quarantine measures one after another, such as blocking access to public events and services for unvaccinated persons or restricting going out due to the re-spread of COVID-19.
However, France, like other countries such as the UK and Austria, is working hard to get its citizens to receive the vaccine three times, including a booster shot, in order to cope with COVID-19.
In France, anyone over the age of 65 can get a booster shot, and from December onwards, you need to get a booster shot to keep the vaccine pass.
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