France imposes restrictions on over-65s who don’t have booster jab

By Lisa James
10/11/2021
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France will impose new rules on over-65s next month that mean they can only travel or visit restaurants or attractions if they have had a booster jab.

President Emmanuel Macron told over-65s in a TV address: “From 15 December, you will need to provide proof of a booster jab to extend the validity of your health pass.”

He added: “We have not finished with the pandemic.”

He said infection rates had increased 40% over the last week.

The health pass was introduced in France in late July.

People need to show proof of vaccination, a negative test or recent recovery from COVID to enter most museums and cinemas, or travel by train and aircraft.

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