The text of the law on a future vaccination pass to replace the health pass will be presented in a Council of Ministers on Monday, December 27 in the afternoon. According to our colleagues at Le Parisien, the government is considering having newly vaccinated people tested between the two doses, the time to have a fully valid pass.
The bill on a vaccination pass that would replace the health pass will be presented to the Council of Ministers on Monday, December 27, before Parliament in January. This, which could take effect on January 15, will no longer allow a 24-hour negative test to access certain places. Only vaccination will act like sesame for places like movie theaters, restaurants, or even theaters.
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But, says the Parisian, with the time necessary between the two doses (at least 21 days), the newly vaccinated could not obtain the pass for a month, and therefore could not go to any establishment that required it, except the hospital.
A negative test in addition to the first dose
According to our colleagues, the government is considering one route: allowing people who have received a dose to be tested during the time between the two doses and having access to places that require a vaccination pass if the test is negative. It is not yet clear whether this trial will be free or paid for without a prescription.
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