September 23, 2021

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Key actions of the bill

In August, the health pass will be extended to cafes, restaurants, exhibitions and trade fairs, as well as medical institutions excluding flights, trains, long-distance trainers and emergencies.

Health pass extension, compulsory vaccination for caregivers and isolation of positive Govt-19 cases for ten days: The main steps of the health bill were firmly adopted by Parliament here on Sunday.

  • Extension of Sanitary Pass

The Health Pass – a negative Govt test, vaccination certificate or recovery certificate – came into effect this week at “leisure and cultural venues” that bring together more than 50 people. Except for those aged 12-17, they are exempt from health passes until September 30, according to an agreement reached between deputies and senators.

In August, with this bill, the pass will be extended to cafes, restaurants, exhibitions and trade fairs, as well as medical institutions except for flights, trains, long-distance trainers and emergencies. And shopping centers by the end of the preface. Failure to comply with a traffic fine will result in a fine of அதன் 1,500 for its manager – up to one year in prison and a fine of நாட்களில் 9,000 over 9 days for verbal abuse over three times.

For other places affected by the pass, their managers who have not been checked will be notified by the executive and then the place can be closed for a maximum of seven days. Violation more than three times in 45 days carries a one-year prison sentence and a 9,000 fine.

Employees working in the relevant fields must have a health qualification by August 30th. An employee who does not have proof will be suspended without pay. If the condition persists for more than three days, the person will be called for an interview “Mechanisms to regulate his condition, especially job prospects” In a position subject to the duty of the boss.

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A fine of 135 euros for using a fraudulent pass – six months in prison and a fine of 3,750 euros for more than three trips in 30 days. Penalties will be increased in case of deterioration of the vaccination center.

Employees and public officials benefit from not being authorized to attend medical appointments related to vaccines against Govt-19.

Only one parent’s approval is required to vaccinate their child. People over the age of 16 do not need this recognition, they can determine.

  • Mandatory vaccination for caregivers

The bill makes it mandatory for hospitals, clinics, nursing homes and retirement homes, firefighters, some veterans, as well as professionals and volunteers with the elderly to be vaccinated.

This vaccination obligation (or issuance of a Certificate of Recovery after Covit-19) will be fully effective from September 15. Until then, the professionals involved can present a negative test – if they have given their first injection beyond that date.

Exemptions are possible for individuals who justify a medical contraindication to the vaccine.

Professionals who refuse to be vaccinated will have their pay cut off and banned from training.

  • Isolation of positive cases

Individuals tested positive for Covit-19 should be isolated for ten days without being able to renew at the accommodation they designate. Isolation will end earlier if the test is negative.

An appeal before a judge of liberty and detention is possible.

People can go out from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. and only during emergencies.

Health insurance will ensure that isolation is respected, but if there is a suspicion of non-compliance it will recommend the matter to the head who can carry out on-site checks from 11:00 pm to 8 pm outside of night time. : 00 am to 10:00 am on the beach from 12:00 noon to 12:00 noon

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People who do not respect isolation will be fined 1, 1,500.

The bill is based on the November 15 extension of the interim regime’s gradual exit from the state of emergency, not until December 31, as initially requested by the executive. This rule allows for the regulation of control measures (such as public movement, access to institutions open to the public), including the health pass.

The health emergency has been extended to September 30 in Reunion and Martinique. A curfew has been imposed there. Guadeloupe, Saint-Bartholomew and Saint-Martin will also be under emergency, the day after the law was passed. This rule also opens the door to the use of this rule in Mayotte.