Coronavirus: the containment of the unvaccinated “not necessary in France”, believes Emmanuel Macron

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After the containment of unvaccinated people in Austria and more restrictive measures in Germany, will France in turn have to tighten the screws even more for unvaccinated people? Emmanuel Macron does not deem the confinement of the unvaccinated necessary as he declared to our colleagues at La Voix du Nord. “The countries that confine the unvaccinated are those that have not implemented the pass,” he explains in an interview posted online this Thursday, November 18. “This measure is therefore not necessary in France. On the other hand, I think we should all be ambassadors for vaccination. I see it, public speaking has its limits. Help me to convince those who are reluctant, who have locked themselves in a lonely distrust. “

The President procrastinated on the third dose of the anti-Covid vaccine for all French people: “On the third dose, I am awaiting the opinion of the health authorities. For the immunocompromised and the elderly, we know that the risk-benefit is positive. If it turns out that a third dose is effective and necessary for other audiences, obviously, we will integrate it into the logic of the past. “

Last week, Emmanuel Macron announced that the health pass would be subject to the vaccination booster for those over 65 from December 15, and that the booster dose would be open from the beginning of December to those over 50.

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