new demonstrations against the health pass and the vaccine pass project are taking place throughout France

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14h55 : Rural areas are particularly in difficulty in the face of the explosion in cases of Covid-19 contamination. In Saint-Viaud (Loire-Atlantique) for example, there is only one pharmacy and some residents wait several days before having a window for an antigen test. Reporting :

(FRANCE 3)

14h46 : Hello @d0m and @Ju2, the update of health recommendations for the reception of young children is available here. For your question @Ju2, in case of reception at the home of a maternal assistant, if the child is a contact case, its reception remains authorized with proof of a negative test (antigen or PCR) and a certificate on the honor of one parents. A second test (after seven days) is recommended.

14h46 : Hello ! It does not seem to me that you mentioned the early childhood protocols .. what is it? Thank you

14h45 : Still nothing new on the protocol to be followed for children -3 years of age with contact with their parents, hosted by a childminder?

14h30 : Hello @Charly, this obligation is effective, for example since December 31 in Paris. Here are the territories again concerned by the obligation to wear a mask outdoors: Paris and the departments of Ile-de-France, Charente-Maritime, Vendée, the department of Loire-Atlantique, Lyon, Villeurbanne and Dijon, recalls the Service-public.fr site.

14h22 : Is the obligation to wear a mask outside in Paris and other departments of the crown (as in other parts of the country) already effective or is it suspended from the vote on the bill under discussion in this regard? moment ? Thank you

14h07 : 2 p.m., time to take stock of the day’s news:

• Tensions persist in Almaty, the largest city in Kazakhstan. An AFP journalist reported warning shots by the police, aimed at preventing people from approaching the central square. Russian President Vladimir Putin and his Kazakh counterpart Kassym-Jomart Tokayev spoke at length about the situation today.

• Demonstrations opposing the health pass, at the time of the examination of its transformation into a vaccination pass, are expected this afternoon in several cities in France. Follow our live.

Novak Djokovic’s lawyers assure that the world No. 1, whose entry visa to Australia has been canceled, benefited from an exemption from the vaccination obligation because he had contracted Covid-19 in December.

Emmanuel Macron still leads the way in voting intentions, at nearly 26%, according to our poll. Marine Le Pen and Valérie Pécresse are neck and neck, at 17% and 16% respectively. “Things are still very tight on the right”, comments on franceinfo Brice Teinturier, deputy managing director of the Ipsos institute.

13h50 : 13 hours and a few minutes, here is a “best-of” of our daily content on franceinfo:

• Has there really been no triage of patients at the hospital since the start of the Covid-19 epidemic, as Emmanuel Macron claims? Explanations.

“I am oppressed and overwhelmed” : the testimony of an elementary school principal, Isabelle, on her difficulties faced with the new wave of the epidemic.

• The view of researchers specializing in climate change on the film Don’t Look Up, metaphor for inaction in the face of climate change.

12h52 : Christian Curel, president of the Syndicate of French mask manufacturers, ensures that in the event of more general use of FFP2 masks, which he recommends in the face of the Omicron variant, manufacturers will be able to meet demand. “IThere is quite a bit of stock already with our manufacturers today. There is also significant production capacity, we can easily go up to 40-50 million FFP2 masks per week in production “, he explains on franceinfo.

12h07 : Noon, let’s take a look at the news of this Saturday, January 8:

• A rebound in participation is expected. Many calls to demonstrate against the health pass, at the time of the examination of the text transforming it into a vaccination pass, were launched everywhere in France today. Follow our live.

Former President Nursultan Nazarbayev, whose influence is denounced by demonstrators in Kazakhstan, calls on the population to support the government in the face of the riots. Tensions persist in Almaty, the country’s largest city. An AFP journalist reported warning shots by the police, aimed at preventing people from approaching the central square.

• Emmanuel Macron still leads the way in voting intentions, at nearly 26%, according to our survey. Marine Le Pen and Valérie Pécresse are neck and neck, at 17% and 16% respectively. “Things are still very tight on the right”, comments on franceinfo Brice Teinturier, Deputy Managing Director of the Ipsos Institute.

Novak Djokovic’s lawyers assure that the world No. 1, whose entry visa to Australia has been canceled, benefited from an exemption from the vaccination obligation because he had contracted Covid-19 in December.

12h32 : Hello the Prime Minister, Jean Castex, explained Thursday on BFMTV that the government had again seized the High Council of Public Health (HCSP) on the question of a more general use of FFP2 masks. An opinion was expected yesterday, he said, but we are still awaiting information on this subject. We will of course keep you posted as soon as we have information.

11h56 : hello I have not seen the opinion of the commission for the FFP2 masks. Have you any news ?

11h18 : Hello @ laeti42, our dashboard presents you in detail the evolution of contaminations in our European neighbors, the countries of southern Europe being particularly affected. Across the Channel, the sliding average over seven days of daily contaminations yesterday stood at 180,000, according to the OurWorldinData site.

10h31 : Hello FI Can you tell us what our European neighbors are doing, particularly in England, with regard to delta and omicron contaminations? To give us perspective. Thank you

10h16 : The repeated protocols do not satisfy her. Especially the multiplication of tests for children with contact cases on D0, D2 and D4. “It’s abuse, she exclaims. Doing three tests in a week is crazy! “ “I have the impression of being a robot having to apply directives devoid of human dimension”, she blurted out. Faced with a grueling daily life, she is not far from giving up.

09h50 : “Everything that can federate within the school, teamwork, falls into the water. We can no longer eat together, we are all isolated. Intra-school life is completely dead.”

Due to a tense situation due to the explosion of cases, she had to cancel the Christmas market for the second year in a row. “The pupils, like the teachers, were disappointed”, she assures.

10h17 : Between a first light health protocol announced the day before returning from the Christmas holidays, then a second three days later, and a sometimes chaotic concrete situation on the ground, Isabelle, director of an elementary school in the Yvelines, confides her difficulties facing the new wave of Covid-19 while waiting for better days juggling between small fleeting joys, exhaustion and demotivation.

(PIERRE ALBERT JOSSERAND / FRANCEINFO)

10h18 : Before the examination in the Senate of the bill establishing the vaccination pass, several demonstrations of opposition to the health pass are expected today in Paris and in several other cities. The prefecture of Manche announced the ban on all gatherings at Mont-Saint-Michel, while a call to demonstrate had been launched.

10h21 : It is 9 a.m. and a few minutes, here is a first point on the news:

• In France, 328,214 new cases have been identified in the last 24 hours, or 219,807 cases per day on average over the last 7 days, according to Public Health France. Follow our live.

• Former President Nursultan Nazarbayev calls on the population to support the government in dealing with the unrest shaking the country, said his spokesperson. Kazakhstan’s leader Kassym-Jomart Tokayev ruled out negotiations with protesters and allowed security forces to “shoot to kill”.

• Emmanuel Macron still leads the voting intentions, at nearly 26%, despite his comments on the unvaccinated, according to our survey. Marine Le Pen and Valérie Pécresse are neck and neck, at 17% and 16% respectively.

• Novak Djokovic was granted an exemption from vaccination against Covid-19 because he had contracted the virus in December, his lawyers said in a document filed today in court. The entry visa to Australia of the world No. 1 was canceled, on the grounds that he did not meet the strict conditions for entry into the territory as part of the fight against Covid-19.