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French gov’t seeks to extend COVID ‘state of emergency’, vaccine passport until 2022

A scant 260 members of the French National Assembly – out of 577 – joined a crucial debate about increasingly totalitarian COVID-19 measures during a night session from Wednesday to Thursday. On the table was the government proposal extending its capacity to prolong the need for the “sanitary pass” until July?31st, 2022, beyond the presidential and legislative elections that will take place in spring next year.

135 members voted for the government bill, which under the title “sanitary surveillance” aims to prolong the “sanitary state of emergency” giving the executive the possibility to lift, prolong, or reimpose sanitary pass requirements at will and use other “tools” such as lockdowns and curfews over the next eight months without parliamentary control. 125 voted against.

In an added twist, a government amendment was also approved, allowing directors of secondary schools to obtain personal information from the public health insurance system about the COVID “vaccine status” of all their students.

French gov’t seeks to extend COVID ‘state of emergency’, vaccine passport until 2022
The government justified such an attack on medical confidentiality in view of “facilitating the organization of screening and vaccination campaigns and to organize teaching conditions so as to prevent the risk of spreading the virus.”

“Vaccinated” individuals can contract and spread the virus.

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