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Not boosted equals ‘not vaccinated’ for French seniors over 65

Because of rising Corona numbers, France's President, Emmanuel Macron, is increasing the pressure on his country's citizens. The politician emphasized on Tuesday the need for booster vaccinations for people over 65 as from mid-December. Those who fail to do so, will be considered unvaccinated in the future.

Published: November 11, 2021, 2:07 pm

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    “Get vaccinated,” Macron said in his recent speech. The pandemic is allegedly not over yet, there is an alarming increase in the number of infections and citizens should “make an appointment now”, AFP reported.

    For those over 65 years of age, a health passport will only remain valid if the person affected can prove a third vaccination booster. The deadline is December 15. Those without a booster by then would have to prove negative tests or recent recovery from the lab-made virus to visit restaurants, cinemas or theaters.

    As the official government spokesman for the country, Gabriel Attal, said on the radio station FranceInfo on Wednesday, it is necessary that people “remain protected from the severe forms” although hard evidence of fraud and the rise of the vaccinated falling ill, now indicate the opposite.

    In fact, in India, Bangladesh, Pakistan, and Indonesia with collectively 2 billion people and essentially no access to Covid vaccines, there is currently no epidemic. “They are among the world’s most densely populated and poorest countries – fertile ground for Sars-Cov-2,” science writer Alex Berenson noted.

    In France, the health pass is valid as proof of a complete vaccination in order to be able to participate unhindered in public life. According to the government spokesman, there will be “warnings” to remind those affected of the importance of this step – “especially via the health insurance companies”.

    The Seychelles is one of the 10 most vaccinated nations worldwide but also has the 4th worst death toll in Africa with nearly all of these deaths occurring after mass vaccination. Vaccines did not end the pandemic in the Seychelles nor did they prevent the wave of post-vaccination deaths. The US state of Vermont is another example.

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