Eighty thousand demonstrate in France against Covid passport and forced vaccination

The forced Covid-19 vaccination went into effect for 2.7 million healthcare workers, firefighters, ambulance drivers, and caregivers. Tens of thousands mobilized in France for the 10th consecutive Saturday against the Covid Pass and forced vaccinations.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL -  According to the Interior Ministry, some 80,000 protesters, including more than 6,000 in Paris, mobilized in France against the Covid passport for the 10th consecutive Saturday.

Last Saturday, they numbered 121,000, and 237,000 on August 7. There were many health service employees, obliged since Wednesday to get vaccinated in order to be able to work. Some preferred to resign, and another 3,000, according to the Health Ministry, were suspended.

The mandatory Covid-19 vaccination went into effect for 2.7 million health care workers, firefighters, ambulance drivers and caregivers. "We are . . .

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