PARIS (Reuters) – President Emmanuel Macron opened the door on Friday to the reinstatement of healthcare workers suspended because they had refused to be vaccinated against COVID-19, during a trip to the Hautes-Pyrénées broadcast on BFM TV.
Asked about this on a market in the village of Barbazan-Debat, five days after his re-election for a second term, the Head of State suggested that the “vaccination pass” in force in health and medico-social establishments should be lifted if the cases of contamination by the coronavirus continue to decline in France.
“If it continues to fall in the coming weeks, we will go in this direction”, assured Emmanuel Macron.
About 15,000 caregivers have been suspended since the “vaccination pass” was made compulsory at the end of January, and maintained in mid-March in health establishments when its application was lifted in other public places, a decision very badly experienced by those concerned. and by part of the French population.
(Written by Tangi Salaün, edited by Matthieu Protard)
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