The technical difficulty means some individuals in France can’t present proof of immunity, which is required to enter many public locations
Folks throughout France have been warned that they might seem to lose entry to their Covid ‘well being move’, though they meet the authorized necessities to have one.
In accordance with French media, this is because of a bug which is impacting individuals who have been beforehand contaminated with Covid-19, acquired an preliminary vaccination with a single dose as per the well being steerage, then acquired a booster shot earlier than February 1.
France had operated a coverage whereby earlier an infection meant you solely wanted a single vaccine dose, as a substitute of the complete two-shot routine. Nevertheless, a booster shot is now additionally required.
Everybody over the age of 16 has to have the ‘well being move’ in the event that they want to entry public venues together with eating places, cinemas, and museums. As of February 15, anybody over 18 should get a booster shot 4 months after their preliminary protection with the intention to retain the move’s validity.
Fortunately, there’s a short-term resolution whereas the TousAntiCovid app is enjoying up. These whose ‘well being move’ has been deactivated due to the bug ought to re-download proof of their newest vaccination certificates from the French public well being system (Ameli) web site.
One can both scan the QR code into the app or carry paper proof of vaccination as a substitute.
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