The mask is no longer mandatory in France as of today indoors, after more than a year and a half, with some exceptions such as public transport, health centers or nursing homes. The Gaelic state, which first announced its intention on February 28 and ended up doing so today, thus joins other European countries where it has been, or will be, exterminated in a few days: Germany, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, Hungary, Ireland, Iceland, Norway. Netherlands, Poland, United Kingdom, Czech Republic, Romania, Sweden, Austria or Switzerland. While its use is still mandatory in other cases such as Spain, Portugal, Greece and Italy. The latter proposed that it remain mandatory until April 1.
Jan Castex announced the end of the obligation to wear a muzzle and a Covid certificate after verifying the low rate of infection per micron. From today it becomes Recommendation for people with positive symptoms or symptoms, as well as health workers And in schools, when a student in the class is positive, all his classmates become contacts, which does not mean that they have to limit themselves, but rather to take a diagnostic self-test. Older people should not be isolated whether they have been vaccinated, but if If they are not vaccinated, they will have to spend seven days in quarantine He is undergoing a test before returning to face-to-face lessons, Efe reports.
In France, masks were imposed on public transport when the first confinement ended in May 2020 and in all public places in July of that year.
A health certificate (providing you have a complete vaccination schedule, passed a Covid or negative test less than 24 hours) is still necessary in hospitals, clinics or health centers, except in emergency services, as well as in nursing homes or homes for people with disabilities.
The very widespread use of the health certificate first from the summer of 2021, and the vaccination certificate from January 2022, led to a protest movement in France, which was tempered over time.
Despite the slight rise in Covid cases above 600 in seven days per 100,000 inhabitants, although the number of hospitalizations remains low.
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