France to suspend rules requiring Covid vaccine passes on March 14

Face masks will also no longer be needed indoors from March 14, with the exception of on public transport.

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Rules requiring people to show a Covid-19 vaccine passport to access venues will be lifted in France on March 14 – about a month before the presidential election - said French prime minister Jean Castex, as the country gradually eases Covid health protocols amid signs the virus is receding in France, reports FRANCE 24.