France introduces mandatory health passes for restaurants and travel

In new measures to to tackle the coronavirus epidemic, the French parliament has approved legislation  that will require people to present a health pass for access to restaurants, bars, trains and planes from the beginning of August, and which also requires frontline healthcare staff to be vaccinated by mid-September.

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France's parliament approved a law early Monday requiring people to carry special passes to prove they are free of  coronavirus infection in order to access all restaurants and domestic travel, while also mandating vaccinations for all health workers, reports FRANCE 24.