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Despite the protests, the French Parliament adopts new rules in the context of the pandemic; which are
The French parliament has passed legislation on compulsory vaccination for health workers, despite protests against the decision.
Now citizens going to restaurants and other public places, or by train and plane, will be required to show evidence that they have been vaccinated, cured of the coronavirus or tested negative.
The document that will certify the health condition of the citizens will be in paper or digital form. Health workers must be vaccinated by September 15, or they will be suspended from work.
More than 160,000 people took part in protests in several cities across the country on Saturday. Critics say the new legislation violates the freedoms of those who do not want to be vaccinated against COVID-19.
But the government of President Emmanuel Macron has argued that the rules are necessary to protect the population and hospitals after the fourth wave of infections is gripping France, as well as to avoid new blockages.
Source: AL Jazzera