Liberté, Egalité, Pharmacie

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Demonstrators attend a protest in Paris, France last Sunday against vaccine passports announced by French President Emmanuel Macron

This afternoon.

Via Reuters:

People visiting museums, cinemas or swimming pools in France without a vaccination certificate have been turned away, after new rules to stop the spread of Covid-19 kicked in.

On Wednesday, some people in France were disappointed when they arrived at certain venues, museums, cinemas or swimming pools, to find that they would need to present proof of their Covid-19 vaccination to gain entry.

“I was really angry… I had no idea,” a 51-year-old told Reuters after being turned away from the Louvre museum in central Paris. “But then I calmed down and understood there were health reasons,” she said.

Servane de Lansdheer, head of security at the museum, told Reuters that the morning had gone well, with most people turning up with the health pass ready.

The ‘pass sanitaire’ which is being introduced gradually, will also be required from the start of August to enter restaurants and bars and for long-distance train and plane journeys.

Couldn’t happen here.

Entry denied: France’s Covid-19 vaccine passport now required for museums, cinemas or swimming pools (RT)

Earlier: Discrimination Once Again

Reuters

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19 thoughts on “Liberté, Egalité, Pharmacie

      1. realPolithicks

        Nobody is being forced to take a vaccine, its still your choice but if you choose to not get vaccinated then there may be consequences such as not being able to enter certain locations. So you can decide to get vaxxed or not its up to you but you will then have to deal with the consequences.

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        1. E'Matty

          Seeing as a vaccinated person can still contract and transmit the virus, what is the rationale behind this clear discrimination against the unvaccinated? Yes, denying a person access to many public spaces usually open to all like restaurants, bars, event venues, cinemas, swimming pools etc, is discrimination. Why do you think we don’t have a right to reject medical treatment? Isn’t it really just the case that you are willing to take the vaccine and so you are happy for those unwilling to be victimised and cut out of society? More spite than science, eh?

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      2. dav

        “fully tested” can’t wait to see what georges testing criteria are, i’m sure q will give him direction

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        1. E'Matty

          Yeah Dav, “fully tested’ yet trials not complete until 2023, emergency use authorisation (none fully authorised). The supposedly comprehemsive trials didn’t identify the clear short term adverse reactions like the blood clots, heart inflammation nor Guillan Barre syndrome yet you have clearly been completely convinced of their medium to long term safety based solely on assurances from voices of authority. Blind child-like trust in power.

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  1. Cian

    “I was really angry… I had no idea,” a 51-year-old told Reuters after being turned away from the Louvre museum in central Paris. “But then I calmed down and understood there were health reasons,” she said.

    I love the French!

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    1. E'Matty

      What’s the health reason then? The double vaccinated person can still contract and transmit the virus so please tell us what health reason there is justifying this? Wouldn’t testing of all, vaccinated and unvaccinated actually be the approach if health were the real reason behind these measures? It fails on basic logic, not that you guys would notice.

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    2. Verbatim

      Could be quoting anyone off the planet here, or making it up considering it’s “Reuters” Most people back gently away from authority figures in France now.

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  2. Slave to the Rhythm

    It will be so great to visit those places now without the crowds of uneducated, barely literate gobspoos milling around on their ‘spring break’… I for one will be booking a ticket to Paris toute suite!

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  3. Sten

    Why should the vaccinated be put at risk by these people’s ignorance. You have the same scenario in schools where if enough of the stubborn, ignorant or deluded don’t vax their kids, it results in a measles outbreak affecting all.

    Good on the French. As Macron said “Now it’s your turn to stay at home.”

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    1. E'Matty

      Is it that you don’t believe the vaccines work? Please explain what threat the unvaccinated pose to the vaccinated that justifies your spiteful obnoxiousness? If the vaccinated and unvaccinated can both be carriers and transmitters of the virus, why are you so obsessed with presenting the unvaccinated as some great unique threat?

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    2. MR.Bezos

      The vaccine protects you – it does not protect others.
      If you are concerned about your safety – get vaccinated.
      Dont force others to just to ease your own fears

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