Macron keeps mandatory vaccination on the table — Analysis
Despite an increasing number of cases, Macron refuses to ban mandatory Covid-19 vaccination.
Macron answered the French TV channels TF1 et LCI Wednesday when they asked him if he thought that vaccination against Covid-19 might become compulsory in the future. “This hypothesis exists,”Before, I mentioned that France wasn’t far from having been fully vaccinated.
French President encouraged the “little more than 5 million of our fellow citizens who are not vaccinated”You can find more information here “take responsibility”Get their vaccinations. He said that unvaccinated people should be vaccinated “are not protected”Noting their role in the rise of hospitalizations due to the virus
Macron was clear that mass vaccination was a must “the first pillar”France’s defense against Covid-19. Macron said that his interviewers would approve the immunization of children 5-11 years old. “be up to the parents.”
He claimed that Christmas should be celebrated without restrictions. “one always needs to be cautious on such issues.”
The World Health Organization (WHO) reports that France has administered more than 108 million doses of vaccines.
Since October, the Omicron version of Covid-19 was introduced in France. Covid-19 has been steadily increasing. Last week, nearly 336,000 cases were recorded – an increase of 52,610 cases over the week before.