April 28 French Prime Minister Caste said on the 28th local time, considering the gradual end of the health emergency in response to Coronavirus outbreak, and plans to introduce health passes.
Caste the same day after the official response to the pandemic conference held a press conference, revealed that the 29th will be submitted to Parliament on the end of the health emergency bill, allowing the government from June 2 to October 31 to implement “transitional measures” to gradually end the health emergency.
Mr Carsten said the bill would allow the government to continue to have the power to take control measures, including closing shops and restricting travel. He said the bill would empower the government to take urgent measures to respond quickly to the outbreak if it worsens again in the future.
Caste also revealed that officials plan to introduce health passes designed to make it easier for people to travel. The pass will provide proof of the holder’s virus test results, vaccination status, etc. to indicate that the holder of the pass is not a carrier of the virus. He said that the French Parliament would consider in the near future whether the pass could be used to participate in various activities.
Caste said French President Emmanuel Macron is scheduled to announced on the 30th “unsealed” the specific timetable, in preparation for the gradual return to normal life. According to official “unsealed” details, France may end its curfew in June;
Referring to the current outbreak situation, Caste said that the spread of the virus in France is still very high, but the overall trend is decreasing. The average number of new infections per day in the last seven days is 26,200, down from 38,000 at the peak of the third wave of outbreaks.
According to the latest poll released on the 28th, most French people want deregulation measures, 47 percent of respondents think the official “unsealing” pace is correct, 28 percent think the pace is too slow, 25 percent think the pace is too fast. In addition, the proportion of respondents willing to be vaccinated is now 62 per cent.
French Ministry of Health outbreak data show that France 28 new confirmed cases 31,539 cases, a cumulative number of confirmed cases of more than 5.56 million, a cumulative death of 103,000 cases.