Demonstration against the pass sanitaire (health pass) in Nice

Pass Sanitaire: Fifth Consecutive Weekend of Mobilisation in France

PROTESTS: More than 200 events are organised across France against the Pass Sanitaire introduced by Emmanuel Macron They do not disarm: opponents of the pass sanitaire (health pass) take to the streets this Saturday for a fifth weekend in a row with more than 200 events planned in France, a few days after the system was generalised in most public places. […]

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Véran pushes for the vaccination of pregnant women, contradicting the WHO

Véran Pushes for the Vaccination of Pregnant Women, contradicting the WHO

VACCINATIONS: Although the WHO mentions the lack of data on the safety of mRNA vaccines administered to pregnant women, Olivier Véran excludes pregnancy, even in the first trimester, from the list of contraindications to vaccination against Covid-19 Although the WHO mentions the lack of data on the safety of mRNA vaccines administered to pregnant women, Olivier […]

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150% more coronavirus Covid-19 cases in a week, "we have never known that" says Olivier Véran

Coronavirus: 150% More Cases in a Week, “We have never known that” says Olivier Véran

EPIDEMIC: “We have an increase in the circulation of the coronavirus of around 150% over a week: we have never known that”, assured the Minister of Health on Tuesday. The coronavirus continues to spread across the country. The number of coronavirus Covid-19 contaminations over the last 24 hours has climbed to 18,000, against less than 7,000 a week earlier.  […]

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Deconfinement: curfews, bars and restaurants, sport ... What is changing today

Deconfinement: Curfews, Bars and Restaurants, Sport … What is Changing Today

From Wednesday 9th June 2021, a new stage of gradual deconfinement in France, several restrictions will be eased, especially in bars and restaurants. Details. It is the penultimate stage of deconfinement before, perhaps, a return to normal life. From June 9th, 2021, the French will once again be able to invest in the interior of bars and restaurants, return home later […]

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The terraces will be able to reopen from Wednesday May 19, 2021 everywhere in France.

Covid-19: Olivier Véran Confirms the Reopening of the Terraces for the 19th May

All the terraces of cafes, bars and restaurants will reopen on 19th May 2021, confirmed the Minister of Health, while hospital pressure continues to decrease. This is good news at the start of the week: the health situation allows the terraces of cafes, bars and restaurants to reopen from the 19th May everywhere in France, confirmed […]

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Olivier Véran estimates that the number of daily cases of coronavirus will be below 15,000 by May 19, 2021.

Coronavirus: For Olivier Véran the Number of Daily Cases will be Below 15,000 in Two Weeks

PROGNOSIS: Olivier Véran is optimistic for May 19th and the second part of the plan to relax health restrictions The Minister of Health has made his calculations concerning the number of daily contamination of the coronavirus and they are optimistic. “We were at 40,000 cases per day, we are at 20,000 cases per day and the epidemic is falling […]

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Five new thrombosis cases linked to AstraZeneca Covid-19 Vaccine in France

Coronavirus: Five New Cases of Thrombosis Linked to AstraZeneca Vaccine in France, Without Death

HEALTH: According to French and European health authorities, the benefits of the AstraZeneca Vaccine continue to far outweigh the very rare risks of thrombosis and side effects. Here are the latest figures for complications from AstraZeneca’s vaccine. Five new cases of atypical thrombosis (clots), associated with AstraZeneca’s Covid-19 vaccine, were recorded in France between the 9th and 15th April, but […]

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Number of coronavirus Covid-19 cases in intensive care is rising

Coronavirus: The Number of Patients in Intensive Care is Still Increasing

EPIDEMIC: The number of patients in intensive care has been rising steadily since the lowest recorded on January 7th. They were 4,766 Friday, against 4,709 the day before The number of patients with coronavirus Covid-19 in intensive care continued to increase on Friday and is approaching a little closer to the peak of the second wave in the fall, […]

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Olivier Véran wants to continue with the AstraZeneca as soon as possible

Coronavirus: Olivier Véran Hopes to Resume Vaccination with AstraZeneca and Wants to Reassure Those Vaccinated

VACCINATION: France suspended the vaccination campaign with the AstraZeneca vaccine on Monday The Minister of Health, Olivier Véran, hopes to be able to resume the vaccination campaign with the AstraZeneca product on Thursday, after a new opinion from the European Medicines Agency (EMA), by wanting to reassure those who have already received an injection, who “are not in danger,” he […]

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Coronavirus: Confinement on weekends for Pas-de-Calais

Coronavirus: Pas-de-Calais Confinement at Weekends, Acceleration of Vaccination… The Main Government Announcements

PANDEMIC: The Prime Minister, Jean Castex, held a press conference this Thursday in the presence of the Minister of Health, Olivier Véran The appointment was made last Thursday: eight days after the announcement of the placing in “reinforced surveillance” of 20 departments particularly affected by the coronavirus epidemic, the government unveiled this Thursday evening its arbitrations, at the end of […]

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