government calls on French to ‘remain vigilant’

While the World Health Organization (WHO) announced on Friday, May 5, the lifting of the maximum global alert level for Covid-19, the government is calling on the French “stay alert” when exposed to a virus “always circulating” in the country, warned, on Saturday, May 6, the delegate of the Minister of Health Agnes Firmina-Le Bodeau at Information about France.

“This is good news that should also force us to remain vigilant”, Franceinfo estimated the ministerial delegate responsible for territorial organization and health professions on the WHO announcement. But if “Global Immunity Has Almost Existed”there is the other side “Still in hospital due to Covid[-19] »she reminded before calling on the elderly to continue getting vaccinated and the rest of the population to use barrier gestures in case of risky situations.

Reintegration of unvaccinated caregivers in mid-May

During this interview, Firmin-Le Baudeau also deplored the passage of a text by the National Assembly on Thursday to lift the obligation to vaccinate caregivers during a communist parliamentary hiatus that the government simply intends to stop. “If a new variant ever appears, we need to be able to react quickly. This lifting of the vaccination obligation will not allow us to react quickly.she said breaking the law “unacceptable”.

Caregivers who were suspended due to a lack of a full vaccination schedule against Covid-19 will return to their duties from mid-May, Health Minister Francois Brown announced last weekend. Favorable opinion of the higher health authority at the end of March on the cancellation of the vaccination obligation for the relevant caregivers and specialists.

The world with AFP

The contribution area is reserved for subscribers.

Subscribe to access this discussion room and contribute to the discussion.



Darell Goodwin

"Beer fanatic. Tv evangelist. General music specialist. Coffee lover. Social media fan. Friendly travel practitioner."