French Re-interprets the Mask Mandate For Cinemas After Covid Spike: Cinemas After Covid Spike Re-Resulting

French Re-interprets the Mask Mandate For Cinemas After Covid Spike: Cinemas After Covid Spike Re-Re ...

France became the youngest euro-sustainability nation to re-introduce restrictions as response to the new wave of Covid-19.

The country has seen the number of positive cases, hospitalisations, and death rates rising, with numbers reaching the same height as in April last seen.

Today the health minister announced that masks will be mandatory in all indoor settings including cinemas, and some outdoor venues such as Christmas markets.

The restrictions will also apply to event where users must present valid health passes, that mention a valid vaccination status or a recent recovery from the virus.

Veran also announced that any adults in the country will need to receive a booster shot of the vaccine by January 15, so that their health passes remain valid, and those who over 65 will have December 15 this date as a date, but for those over 65 years and older is no longer allowed to be able to carry it.

The minister stressed that no curfews or lockdowns are planned now.

The alarming number of Covid cases in many European countries have caused an increase in the number of lockdowns. Countries of the worst crisis, such as Austria, have already introduced measures. They protested in Vienna this week in response to the protocol.

A new variant of Covid in South Africa has been detected in countries including the UK to introduce travel restrictions on the variant, stating that the variant, B.1.1.529, may be more transmissible, and can evade immunity. Today, two suspected cases of the variant were detected in Belgium.

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