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While the actors of the sector, trade unions and political parties unanimously condemn the facts denounced in a book published Wednesday on the practices of Orpéa, its director general, Jean-Christophe Romersi, was summoned to an interview with Brigitte Bourguignon, the Minister delegate in charge of autonomy, Tuesday, February 1, learned The world Thursday January 27.

This interview “will be an opportunity to hear the explanations of the Orpéa group on several points which will be the subject of in-depth investigations by the State services”, explains M.me Bourguignon in his letter addressed to M. Rimersi.

Read also Article reserved for our subscribers The unsustainable economic model of private nursing homes

In particular, the Minister wishes to know more about “the allocation to establishments of consumables such as hygienic protection or on issues related to the nutrition of residents”, “the group’s managerial practices concerning staff”, “the methods of reporting and monitoring incidents of mistreatment reported by relatives of residents and “group financial practices”.

An investigation by the General Inspectorate of Social Affairs (IGAS) “on all or part of the establishments in your group” may be initiated following this interview, continues the Minister Delegate.

One of the industry leaders

A specialist in private clinics and retirement homes, the French group Orpéa is present in 23 countries with a total of 1,156 sites. In France, it manages a network of 354 establishments, which take care of fragile people and those with a loss of autonomy. He has been at the heart of a media storm since the publication at the beginning of the week of the good leaves of the book-investigation The Gravediggers, by Victor Castanet.

Excerpts from “Gravediggers”: Article reserved for our subscribers “Already, there was this terrible smell of piss, from the entrance”:

The journalist describes a system where hygiene care, medical care, and even residents’ meals, are “rationed” to improve the profitability of the group of private nursing homes. And this, while stays are billed at a high price – several thousand euros per month.

Orpéa disputes these accusations, which it qualifies as “false, outrageous and prejudicial”. The group announced on Wednesday evening that it had mandated “two leading firms to conduct an independent assessment to shed light on all serious allegations” aiming at it.

General outrage

“If the facts denounced are proven, some of them are unacceptable and likely to be condemned”, writes in a press release the Association of directors serving the elderly (AD-PA).

For Laurent Berger, Secretary General of the French Democratic Confederation of Labor (CFDT), “If the situation is the one described in the book, it’s a pure scandal”. The Federal Union of Private Health of the General Confederation of Labor (CGT) denounces “for years the working and care conditions of residents in these establishments”, “without anything changing”.

Socialist deputies want to audition the boss of Orpéa and create a commission of inquiry, announced the deputy Boris Vallaud in a tweet.

Read also Article reserved for our subscribers “Les Fossoyeurs”, a book that opens the debate on the management and control of retirement homes

The World with AFP

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While the actors of the sector, trade unions and political parties unanimously condemn the facts denounced in a book published Wednesday on the practices of Orpéa, its director general, Jean-Christophe Romersi, was summoned to an interview with Brigitte Bourguignon, the Minister delegate in charge of autonomy, Tuesday, February 1, learned The world Thursday January 27.

This interview “will be an opportunity to hear the explanations of the Orpéa group on several points which will be the subject of in-depth investigations by the State services”, explains M.me Bourguignon in his letter addressed to M. Rimersi.

Read also Article reserved for our subscribers The unsustainable economic model of private nursing homes

In particular, the Minister wishes to know more about “the allocation to establishments of consumables such as hygienic protection or on issues related to the nutrition of residents”, “the group’s managerial practices concerning staff”, “the methods of reporting and monitoring incidents of mistreatment reported by relatives of residents and “group financial practices”.

An investigation by the General Inspectorate of Social Affairs (IGAS) “on all or part of the establishments in your group” may be initiated following this interview, continues the Minister Delegate.

One of the industry leaders

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Excerpts from “Gravediggers”: Article reserved for our subscribers “Already, there was this terrible smell of piss, from the entrance”:

The journalist describes a system where hygiene care, medical care, and even residents’ meals, are “rationed” to improve the profitability of the group of private nursing homes. And this, while stays are billed at a high price – several thousand euros per month.

Orpéa disputes these accusations, which it qualifies as “false, outrageous and prejudicial”. The group announced on Wednesday evening that it had mandated “two leading firms to conduct an independent assessment to shed light on all serious allegations” aiming at it.

General outrage

“If the facts denounced are proven, some of them are unacceptable and likely to be condemned”, writes in a press release the Association of directors serving the elderly (AD-PA).

For Laurent Berger, Secretary General of the French Democratic Confederation of Labor (CFDT), “If the situation is the one described in the book, it’s a pure scandal”. The Federal Union of Private Health of the General Confederation of Labor (CGT) denounces “for years the working and care conditions of residents in these establishments”, “without anything changing”.

Socialist deputies want to audition the boss of Orpéa and create a commission of inquiry, announced the deputy Boris Vallaud in a tweet.

Read also Article reserved for our subscribers “Les Fossoyeurs”, a book that opens the debate on the management and control of retirement homes

The World with AFP

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For more than a week, the Pontanézen district in Brest (Finistère) has been the subject of numerous incidents. This follows a police operation gone wrong.

For some residents, the situation has become unbearable in a neighborhood plagued by drug trafficking.

For many tenants, it is impossible to leave the premises; they are therefore forced to endure urban rodeos and mortar fire.

“I am a prisoner without having committed a crime, or perhaps that of being poor”, testified to CNEWS a resident of Pontanézen, distraught about the situation in his neighborhood but also for the young people who feed the traffic.

According to the central police commissioner in Brest, Nicolas Hoarau, around thirty individuals would spoil the daily life of more than 2,500 inhabitants.

Buses and trams interrupted

On Wednesday evening, the bus and tram transport service in Brest, Bibus, announced that public transport in the city would stop at 8 p.m. until further notice.

A decision taken following a series of urban violence.

Tuesday evening, several vehicles had been targeted by fireworks mortars. Incidents that did not cause any injuries.

Nevertheless, Bibus was forced “to ensure the safety of its travelers and its agents, to exceptionally interrupt its bus and tram transport service in advance”, the company said in a press release.

Police reinforcements

Clashes also broke out between around twenty hooded and masked people and the police. Calm had returned after an hour.

The sub-prefect of Brest, Jean-Philippe Setbon had called for significant reinforcements from the police, who arrived on Tuesday at the end of the day.

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For some residents, the situation has become unbearable in a neighborhood plagued by drug trafficking.

For many tenants, it is impossible to leave the premises; they are therefore forced to endure urban rodeos and mortar fire.

“I am a prisoner without having committed a crime, or perhaps that of being poor”, testified to CNEWS a resident of Pontanézen, distraught about the situation in his neighborhood but also for the young people who feed the traffic.

According to the central police commissioner in Brest, Nicolas Hoarau, around thirty individuals would spoil the daily life of more than 2,500 inhabitants.

Buses and trams interrupted

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Tuesday evening, several vehicles had been targeted by fireworks mortars. Incidents that did not cause any injuries.

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Police reinforcements

Clashes also broke out between around twenty hooded and masked people and the police. Calm had returned after an hour.

The sub-prefect of Brest, Jean-Philippe Setbon had called for significant reinforcements from the police, who arrived on Tuesday at the end of the day.

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Is this the beginning of the end of the Covid-19 epidemic? In any case, it looks like it in Denmark, where Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen announced on Wednesday January 26 the lifting of almost all national restrictions from 1is February. The disease will then no longer be considered a threat to society. And this, despite contamination records broken in recent days in the kingdom of 5.8 million inhabitants, where 46,747 cases were recorded on Wednesday and where the incidence rate reached 4,753 cases per 100,000 inhabitants over seven. days, the highest rate in Europe, ahead of that of France.

During the twenty-sixth press conference organized on this subject by the government since the start of the pandemic – and ” the last “, dared to hope the director of public health, Soren Brostrom -, Mette Frederiksen did not hide her joy and her optimism. “We can start to smile again. We are ready to emerge from the shadow of the coronavirus”, she said.

Read also Covid-19: the risk linked to Omicron remains high, according to the WHO

The announcement of the lifting of restrictions will not have surprised anyone. On Tuesday, the scientific council, responsible for making recommendations to the government, expressed itself in this direction. The committee on the pandemic, which brings together all the political parties in Parliament, gave its agreement on Wednesday afternoon.

From 1is February, wearing a mask will therefore no longer be compulsory, nor will the vaccination pass. Bars and restaurants will return to their usual opening hours and nightclubs, closed since December 2021, will be able to resume their activity, as will leisure parks or aquatic centers. Gauges are disappearing and working remotely will no longer be recommended. “We are going to find the life before”, summarized Mette Frederiksen.

Decline in hospitalizations

Two exceptions, however: the government is extending the restrictions on entering the territory by four weeks. A test may be required as well as quarantine, depending on the country of origin. The Prime Minister also called for all possible precautions to be taken to protect the most vulnerable elderly people. Wearing a mask or the vaccination pass may be required locally in retirement homes.

Health Minister Magnus Heunicke, for his part, announced a drop in screening capacity, although symptomatic people will have to continue to be tested. Denmark is the country that has tested the most since the start of the pandemic, which explains how the Nordic kingdom avoided the worst, with only 3,565 deaths, estimates Ole Frilev Olesen, professor of public health at the University of Copenhagen. : “Thanks to our screening strategy, we were able to detect and intervene quickly when there were outbreaks of contamination. »

You have 45.67% of this article left to read. The following is for subscribers only.

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Is this the beginning of the end of the Covid-19 epidemic? In any case, it looks like it in Denmark, where Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen announced on Wednesday January 26 the lifting of almost all national restrictions from 1is February. The disease will then no longer be considered a threat to society. And this, despite contamination records broken in recent days in the kingdom of 5.8 million inhabitants, where 46,747 cases were recorded on Wednesday and where the incidence rate reached 4,753 cases per 100,000 inhabitants over seven. days, the highest rate in Europe, ahead of that of France.

During the twenty-sixth press conference organized on this subject by the government since the start of the pandemic – and ” the last “, dared to hope the director of public health, Soren Brostrom -, Mette Frederiksen did not hide her joy and her optimism. “We can start to smile again. We are ready to emerge from the shadow of the coronavirus”, she said.

Read also Covid-19: the risk linked to Omicron remains high, according to the WHO

The announcement of the lifting of restrictions will not have surprised anyone. On Tuesday, the scientific council, responsible for making recommendations to the government, expressed itself in this direction. The committee on the pandemic, which brings together all the political parties in Parliament, gave its agreement on Wednesday afternoon.

From 1is February, wearing a mask will therefore no longer be compulsory, nor will the vaccination pass. Bars and restaurants will return to their usual opening hours and nightclubs, closed since December 2021, will be able to resume their activity, as will leisure parks or aquatic centers. Gauges are disappearing and working remotely will no longer be recommended. “We are going to find the life before”, summarized Mette Frederiksen.

Decline in hospitalizations

Two exceptions, however: the government is extending the restrictions on entering the territory by four weeks. A test may be required as well as quarantine, depending on the country of origin. The Prime Minister also called for all possible precautions to be taken to protect the most vulnerable elderly people. Wearing a mask or the vaccination pass may be required locally in retirement homes.

Health Minister Magnus Heunicke, for his part, announced a drop in screening capacity, although symptomatic people will have to continue to be tested. Denmark is the country that has tested the most since the start of the pandemic, which explains how the Nordic kingdom avoided the worst, with only 3,565 deaths, estimates Ole Frilev Olesen, professor of public health at the University of Copenhagen. : “Thanks to our screening strategy, we were able to detect and intervene quickly when there were outbreaks of contamination. »

You have 45.67% of this article left to read. The following is for subscribers only.

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The United States has notably announced a “diplomatic boycott” of the Beijing Olympics.

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Olympics under tension. Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi on Thursday (January 27th) urged the United States to “stop disturbing” the Beijing Winter Olympics, during a call with his American counterpart Antony Blinken. China will hold an Olympic Games from Feb. 4 to 20 where it hopes to show off its ability to stage a big event amid the pandemic and its athletes’ progress in winter sports.

But Western pressure, particularly American, has increased in recent months on Beijing, accused of violating the rights of the Chinese ethnic minority of the Uyghurs as part of its fight against terrorism. The United States has notably announced a “diplomatic boycott” of the Beijing Olympics, that is to say that they will not send, at least not officially, diplomatic representatives to the event. Washington convinced several Western allies to do the same.

“The top priority right now is for the United States to stop disrupting the Beijing Winter Olympics,” launched Wang Yi to Antony Blinken, according to a press release from the Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs. The Chinese official also called on Washington to “stop playing with fire” on the issue of Taiwan or “create all kinds of small factions to oppose China”.

China takes a dim view of the strengthening of ties between the United States and Taiwan. Chinese planes have increased aerial incursions into the island’s defense identification zone in recent months.

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The United States has notably announced a “diplomatic boycott” of the Beijing Olympics.

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Olympics under tension. Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi on Thursday (January 27th) urged the United States to “stop disturbing” the Beijing Winter Olympics, during a call with his American counterpart Antony Blinken. China will hold an Olympic Games from Feb. 4 to 20 where it hopes to show off its ability to stage a big event amid the pandemic and its athletes’ progress in winter sports.

But Western pressure, particularly American, has increased in recent months on Beijing, accused of violating the rights of the Chinese ethnic minority of the Uyghurs as part of its fight against terrorism. The United States has notably announced a “diplomatic boycott” of the Beijing Olympics, that is to say that they will not send, at least not officially, diplomatic representatives to the event. Washington convinced several Western allies to do the same.

“The top priority right now is for the United States to stop disrupting the Beijing Winter Olympics,” launched Wang Yi to Antony Blinken, according to a press release from the Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs. The Chinese official also called on Washington to “stop playing with fire” on the issue of Taiwan or “create all kinds of small factions to oppose China”.

China takes a dim view of the strengthening of ties between the United States and Taiwan. Chinese planes have increased aerial incursions into the island’s defense identification zone in recent months.

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STRIKE – Demonstrations are planned across France this Thursday, January 27, at the call of trade unions and youth organizations, to demand wage increases, in a context marked by the resurgence of the question of power of purchase a few weeks before the presidential election.

Some 170 rallies and parades will take place at the call of the CGT, FO, FSU and Solidaires unions, according to Céline Verzeletti, CGT confederal leader.

“We really think we can do a lot more than October 5,” she told AFP. This day of interprofessional mobilization brought together 85,400 people according to the Ministry of the Interior, and more than 160,000 according to the CGT.

In Paris, the demonstrators will meet around noon on Place de la Bastille for a “meeting concert”, during which the union leaders will speak, before setting off around 2 p.m. towards Bercy. High school students should meet at Place de la Nation at 11 a.m.

Political figures will also be present, at a time when opinion polls put the issue of purchasing power at the top of voters’ concerns. The presidential candidates Fabien Roussel (PCF), Yannick Jadot (EELV) and Jean-Luc Mélenchon (LFI) have been announced. Anne Hidalgo (PS) will be in Mayenne, according to those around her.

Among the demonstrators, should appear the employees mobilized in recent weeks, in particular from the sectors of industry, agri-food, commerce, the public service, according to Céline Verzeletti.

Teachers, already on the streets on January 13 and 20 to protest against the management of the Covid-19 health crisis at school, will be “nearly 20%” to be on strike in the first degree, according to the Snuipp union -FSU, which represents kindergarten and elementary school teachers.

High inflation

On the public transport side, the circulation of regional trains will be slightly disrupted, according to the SNCF. In Île-de-France, one in three trains will run on the RER B North line. On the RER A, C, D and line H of the Transilien, the offer will be three trains out of four.

The organizers are calling for an increase in the minimum wage and the index point for civil servants, and more generally of all salaries, allowances and retirement pensions, in a context of high inflation (+2.8% over one year in December) and record dividends.

“Let’s stop saying that the salary is the enemy of employment”, especially since the context is that of “strong inflation”, estimated Wednesday with AFP the secretary general of Force Ouvrière, Yves Veyrier .

The unions deplore that there has been no boost to the minimum wage during the five-year term, beyond the automatic increases, and no further raising of the index point.

The number one of the CFDT, Laurent Berger, also hammers the need to raise wages, especially those of so-called “second line” workers.

But the first French union will not join forces with the intersyndicale on Thursday. “It’s the multiplication of concrete and targeted initiatives that will produce results. Not the big interprofessional event. The tote does not work”, he pleads.

The CFDT has decided to organize on its side on February 3 “a march of essential workers”, which should bring together several hundred people in the west of Paris.

The organizers of this Thursday’s mobilization have already met on Friday morning for a meeting to decide on the follow-up to the movement, to which Unsa and CFE-CGC have announced their attendance. “The trade union arc seems to be widening,” rejoiced Céline Verzeletti to AFP.

See also on The HuffPost: January 13 strike: These angry teachers demonstrated for the first time

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Some 170 rallies and parades will take place at the call of the CGT, FO, FSU and Solidaires unions, according to Céline Verzeletti, CGT confederal leader.

“We really think we can do a lot more than October 5,” she told AFP. This day of interprofessional mobilization brought together 85,400 people according to the Ministry of the Interior, and more than 160,000 according to the CGT.

In Paris, the demonstrators will meet around noon on Place de la Bastille for a “meeting concert”, during which the union leaders will speak, before setting off around 2 p.m. towards Bercy. High school students should meet at Place de la Nation at 11 a.m.

Political figures will also be present, at a time when opinion polls put the issue of purchasing power at the top of voters’ concerns. The presidential candidates Fabien Roussel (PCF), Yannick Jadot (EELV) and Jean-Luc Mélenchon (LFI) have been announced. Anne Hidalgo (PS) will be in Mayenne, according to those around her.

Among the demonstrators, should appear the employees mobilized in recent weeks, in particular from the sectors of industry, agri-food, commerce, the public service, according to Céline Verzeletti.

Teachers, already on the streets on January 13 and 20 to protest against the management of the Covid-19 health crisis at school, will be “nearly 20%” to be on strike in the first degree, according to the Snuipp union -FSU, which represents kindergarten and elementary school teachers.

High inflation

On the public transport side, the circulation of regional trains will be slightly disrupted, according to the SNCF. In Île-de-France, one in three trains will run on the RER B North line. On the RER A, C, D and line H of the Transilien, the offer will be three trains out of four.

The organizers are calling for an increase in the minimum wage and the index point for civil servants, and more generally of all salaries, allowances and retirement pensions, in a context of high inflation (+2.8% over one year in December) and record dividends.

“Let’s stop saying that the salary is the enemy of employment”, especially since the context is that of “strong inflation”, estimated Wednesday with AFP the secretary general of Force Ouvrière, Yves Veyrier .

The unions deplore that there has been no boost to the minimum wage during the five-year term, beyond the automatic increases, and no further raising of the index point.

The number one of the CFDT, Laurent Berger, also hammers the need to raise wages, especially those of so-called “second line” workers.

But the first French union will not join forces with the intersyndicale on Thursday. “It’s the multiplication of concrete and targeted initiatives that will produce results. Not the big interprofessional event. The tote does not work”, he pleads.

The CFDT has decided to organize on its side on February 3 “a march of essential workers”, which should bring together several hundred people in the west of Paris.

The organizers of this Thursday’s mobilization have already met on Friday morning for a meeting to decide on the follow-up to the movement, to which Unsa and CFE-CGC have announced their attendance. “The trade union arc seems to be widening,” rejoiced Céline Verzeletti to AFP.

See also on The HuffPost: January 13 strike: These angry teachers demonstrated for the first time

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In Warsaw, soaring energy bills, bringing small businesses to their knees. In Dublin, young people who can no longer afford housing. In Spain, an explosion of social conflicts. And, in Italy, the price of pasta which flies away.

From Poland (8% inflation in December 2021) to Ireland (+5.7%), via Estonia (+12%) and Spain (+6%), everywhere in Europe the The question of the cost of living is again at the heart of concerns. In the euro zone, the price index jumped by 5% on average in the last month of 2021. Households are now seeing their purchasing power erode.

It should nevertheless be put into perspective: in 2020, prices fell, so that inflation over two years is not as strong as it seems. Nor is Europe in the situation of the United States, where it peaked at 7% in 2021. In addition, the phenomenon hits countries unevenly. If Eastern Europe and the Baltic countries are particularly affected, France remains, on the other hand, relatively spared (+ 3.4% in December 2021). The more or less effective measures taken by the public authorities to limit the surge in bills partly explain these discrepancies.

Still, the shock is real, and households suffer the consequences on a daily basis. While, on Wednesday January 26, the barrel of Brent exceeded the 90 dollar mark (80 euros) for the first time since 2014, the increase is largely linked to the surge in energy prices, which weighs on alone for half of inflation in the euro zone. But it is also the result of the disorganization of production chains linked to the pandemic, which increases costs and causes shortages.

Faced with this crisis, public authorities can hope that the phenomenon is temporary: after all, supply chains are showing the first signs of improvement, and energy prices could stabilize at a high level. In this case, compensating for the loss of purchasing power with social assistance and wage increases is justified.

But the risk is to enter an inflationary spiral that is difficult to break, as in the 1970s, when rising prices justify wage increases, which in turn fuel soaring prices, etc. The aftermath of the pandemic promises to be difficult.

In the Pozorek family’s artisan bakery in Warsaw’s working-class Praga-Nord district, the deep fears of the end of 2021 gave way, in 2022, to disarray. The owner, Agnieszka Pozorek, anxiously unfolds the gas bill for the month of December: 12,200 zlotys (2,700 euros), against 2,430 zlotys in June. “A 400% increase is absolutely unsustainable for us, she said, her voice shaking. We have already lowered our wages by 30%, dismissed the only employee who was not from the family. But this is not enough. »

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In Warsaw, soaring energy bills, bringing small businesses to their knees. In Dublin, young people who can no longer afford housing. In Spain, an explosion of social conflicts. And, in Italy, the price of pasta which flies away.

From Poland (8% inflation in December 2021) to Ireland (+5.7%), via Estonia (+12%) and Spain (+6%), everywhere in Europe the The question of the cost of living is again at the heart of concerns. In the euro zone, the price index jumped by 5% on average in the last month of 2021. Households are now seeing their purchasing power erode.

It should nevertheless be put into perspective: in 2020, prices fell, so that inflation over two years is not as strong as it seems. Nor is Europe in the situation of the United States, where it peaked at 7% in 2021. In addition, the phenomenon hits countries unevenly. If Eastern Europe and the Baltic countries are particularly affected, France remains, on the other hand, relatively spared (+ 3.4% in December 2021). The more or less effective measures taken by the public authorities to limit the surge in bills partly explain these discrepancies.

Still, the shock is real, and households suffer the consequences on a daily basis. While, on Wednesday January 26, the barrel of Brent exceeded the 90 dollar mark (80 euros) for the first time since 2014, the increase is largely linked to the surge in energy prices, which weighs on alone for half of inflation in the euro zone. But it is also the result of the disorganization of production chains linked to the pandemic, which increases costs and causes shortages.

Faced with this crisis, public authorities can hope that the phenomenon is temporary: after all, supply chains are showing the first signs of improvement, and energy prices could stabilize at a high level. In this case, compensating for the loss of purchasing power with social assistance and wage increases is justified.

But the risk is to enter an inflationary spiral that is difficult to break, as in the 1970s, when rising prices justify wage increases, which in turn fuel soaring prices, etc. The aftermath of the pandemic promises to be difficult.

In the Pozorek family’s artisan bakery in Warsaw’s working-class Praga-Nord district, the deep fears of the end of 2021 gave way, in 2022, to disarray. The owner, Agnieszka Pozorek, anxiously unfolds the gas bill for the month of December: 12,200 zlotys (2,700 euros), against 2,430 zlotys in June. “A 400% increase is absolutely unsustainable for us, she said, her voice shaking. We have already lowered our wages by 30%, dismissed the only employee who was not from the family. But this is not enough. »

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The American-Canadian singer Neil Young has followed through on his threat: after accusing Spotify of disinformation on the Covid-19 by hosting the podcast of the popular and controversial Joe Rogan, he confirmed, on Wednesday January 26, his spectacular decision to withdraw his streaming platform music.

“I want to thank my very large and supportive record label Warner Brothers-Reprise Records for supporting me in my decision to remove all my music from Spotify”, wrote the 76-year-old musician on his website, noting that the platform represents 60% of his income generated by streaming.

Read also Article reserved for our subscribers “Archives Volume II”, or how Neil Young went from darkness to light

Neil Young has 2.4 million subscribers and more than 6 million listeners per month on Spotify, the world leader in music streaming. But Joe Rogan’s podcast, exclusive content from the Swedish platform, which racks up millions of plays, was number one on Spotify in 2021.

“Spotify has become a place for potentially deadly Covid misinformation. Lies sold for money”, asserts Neil Young in his message.

“They can have Rogan or Young. Not both »

The prolific singer, known for his titles Heart of Gold and Harvest Moon, also quotes a letter from more than 200 doctors and scientists, who recently asked the platform to act after an episode “very controversial” from “The Joe Rogan Experience” (JRE), airing December 31, 2021. “This episode is criticized for promoting baseless conspiracy theories and the JRE has a disturbing history of spreading false information, particularly regarding the Covid-19 pandemic”, they wrote.

Read also Article reserved for our subscribers Some podcasts soon to be paid on Spotify

As of midnight Thursday, Neil Young’s music was still available on the platform, but it is expected to be taken down in the coming hours, according to the Wall Street Journal.

“We removed more than 20 000 episodes of Covid-related podcasts since the start of the pandemic. We regret Neil’s decision to remove his music from Spotify, but we hope to welcome him back soon”, also confirmed a spokesperson for the platform, quoted by several American media.

The popular Joe Rogan, whose contract signed with Spotify in 2021 is estimated at 100 million dollars (89 million euros), is accused of having discouraged vaccination among young people and of having pushed for the use of an unauthorized treatment, ivermectin, against the coronavirus.

Read also Ivermectin, miracle treatment against Covid-19 or therapeutic mirage?

“They can have Rogan or Young. Not both », said Neil Young, whose last album, Barn, was released at the end of 2021. The career-long folk-rock singer had said he hoped other artists and record labels would follow suit.

The World with AFP

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The American-Canadian singer Neil Young has followed through on his threat: after accusing Spotify of disinformation on the Covid-19 by hosting the podcast of the popular and controversial Joe Rogan, he confirmed, on Wednesday January 26, his spectacular decision to withdraw his streaming platform music.

“I want to thank my very large and supportive record label Warner Brothers-Reprise Records for supporting me in my decision to remove all my music from Spotify”, wrote the 76-year-old musician on his website, noting that the platform represents 60% of his income generated by streaming.

Read also Article reserved for our subscribers “Archives Volume II”, or how Neil Young went from darkness to light

Neil Young has 2.4 million subscribers and more than 6 million listeners per month on Spotify, the world leader in music streaming. But Joe Rogan’s podcast, exclusive content from the Swedish platform, which racks up millions of plays, was number one on Spotify in 2021.

“Spotify has become a place for potentially deadly Covid misinformation. Lies sold for money”, asserts Neil Young in his message.

“They can have Rogan or Young. Not both »

The prolific singer, known for his titles Heart of Gold and Harvest Moon, also quotes a letter from more than 200 doctors and scientists, who recently asked the platform to act after an episode “very controversial” from “The Joe Rogan Experience” (JRE), airing December 31, 2021. “This episode is criticized for promoting baseless conspiracy theories and the JRE has a disturbing history of spreading false information, particularly regarding the Covid-19 pandemic”, they wrote.

Read also Article reserved for our subscribers Some podcasts soon to be paid on Spotify

As of midnight Thursday, Neil Young’s music was still available on the platform, but it is expected to be taken down in the coming hours, according to the Wall Street Journal.

“We removed more than 20 000 episodes of Covid-related podcasts since the start of the pandemic. We regret Neil’s decision to remove his music from Spotify, but we hope to welcome him back soon”, also confirmed a spokesperson for the platform, quoted by several American media.

The popular Joe Rogan, whose contract signed with Spotify in 2021 is estimated at 100 million dollars (89 million euros), is accused of having discouraged vaccination among young people and of having pushed for the use of an unauthorized treatment, ivermectin, against the coronavirus.

Read also Ivermectin, miracle treatment against Covid-19 or therapeutic mirage?

“They can have Rogan or Young. Not both », said Neil Young, whose last album, Barn, was released at the end of 2021. The career-long folk-rock singer had said he hoped other artists and record labels would follow suit.

The World with AFP

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The procedure opened this Wednesday, January 26 is accompanied by a six-month observation period to allow the IoT operator to find new buyers.

At the request of its CEO, Sigfox and its subsidiary Sigfox France, operator of the IoT network in France, are placed in receivership. The Toulouse Commercial Court opened proceedings on Wednesday January 26. A six-month observation period should make it possible to identify, thanks to the implementation of a disposal plan, new buyers with the capacity to work for the long-term development of Sigfox and to propose a continued jobs.

“The decision to place Sigfox under the protection of Justice was imposed, despite the effective support of shareholders, due to a slower adoption cycle than expected for its technology, the company said in a press release. In addition, the IoT sector has been marked by the Covid-19 crisis, which has slowed activity over the past two years, and an electronic component market that has been in short supply for several months.These factors have weighed heavily on the company’s financial situation and in particular its level of indebtedness, which today makes it difficult to accelerate the development of Sigfox and its world-renowned technology in an increasingly competitive market.”

This procedure will allow the Sigfox group to continue its commercial activities and to continue to meet the needs of its customers. Sigfox processes nearly 80 million messages daily generated by 20 million registered objects. 5,000 customers have already committed to deploying nearly 50 million connected objects. The operator announced in early January that it was embarking on the development of its first energy harvesting module in partnership with HT Micron, a supplier of advanced semiconductor solutions, and Nowi, a semiconductor company based in the Netherlands. .

Solicited by the JDN, CEO Jeremy Prince did not wish to answer our questions immediately. We asked him last June about his priorities.

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The procedure opened this Wednesday, January 26 is accompanied by a six-month observation period to allow the IoT operator to find new buyers.

At the request of its CEO, Sigfox and its subsidiary Sigfox France, operator of the IoT network in France, are placed in receivership. The Toulouse Commercial Court opened proceedings on Wednesday January 26. A six-month observation period should make it possible to identify, thanks to the implementation of a disposal plan, new buyers with the capacity to work for the long-term development of Sigfox and to propose a continued jobs.

“The decision to place Sigfox under the protection of Justice was imposed, despite the effective support of shareholders, due to a slower adoption cycle than expected for its technology, the company said in a press release. In addition, the IoT sector has been marked by the Covid-19 crisis, which has slowed activity over the past two years, and an electronic component market that has been in short supply for several months.These factors have weighed heavily on the company’s financial situation and in particular its level of indebtedness, which today makes it difficult to accelerate the development of Sigfox and its world-renowned technology in an increasingly competitive market.”

This procedure will allow the Sigfox group to continue its commercial activities and to continue to meet the needs of its customers. Sigfox processes nearly 80 million messages daily generated by 20 million registered objects. 5,000 customers have already committed to deploying nearly 50 million connected objects. The operator announced in early January that it was embarking on the development of its first energy harvesting module in partnership with HT Micron, a supplier of advanced semiconductor solutions, and Nowi, a semiconductor company based in the Netherlands. .

Solicited by the JDN, CEO Jeremy Prince did not wish to answer our questions immediately. We asked him last June about his priorities.

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A calm child, observer and dreamer, Gaspard Ulliel loved solitude for a long time. To the great displeasure of his mother, who could not stand one of the traits of his personality.

The qualifiers were not lacking to describe Gaspard Ulliel. The 37-year-old actor was a man of “sparkling sweetness” for Xavier Dolan, “an exceptional actor” for Jean Castex, with a “benevolence and kindness” out of the ordinary, for Pierre Niney. After the announcement of his death, everyone hailed the modesty of Gaspard Ulliel, but also his magnetism and his talent. He was much more critical. “I have this selfishness that we find in artists, an almost inevitable navel-gazing that strikes us as a fatality”, he described in the columns of Marie Claire, in 2014, before explaining to adore loneliness. “I am an only child, loneliness built me, I appreciate it. For a long time I thought I could move forward alone, but I had to admit to myself that I needed others”, he confided.

“I continue to enjoy isolating myself, I like to take some distance from what I live”, he added. “Tormented” in his youth, Gaspard Ulliel explained that he had “took time to [s]’open up and evolve in society’. “I was a rather closed and morbidly shy little boy. I lived in a bubble”, confided this son of a stylist and a designer. This character “very calm, (…) dreamy and very slow”, did not really please his parents. “It infuriated my mother”, added Gaspard Ulliel to Marie-Claire. But this personality, the actor had it in him since his earliest childhood. “As a child, I could already spend hours observing an insect, dwelling on a detail or losing myself in the contemplation of a passer-by in the street”, he described to our colleagues.

Gaspard Ullliel has long been “permanently at odds with the people of [s]we age”

As he said, Gaspard Ulliel grew up “surrounded by adults” and has long been “permanently at odds with the people of [s]we age”. For a long time, the actor did not want to make a career in front of the cameras. “I imagined becoming an architect, without knowing exactly what this job meant. I had a taste for drawing and painting, my father always painted a lot. is the discipline where I got the best grades”, confided Gaspard Ulliel. It was finally at the cinema that Gaspard Ulliel was crowned with success. This Thursday, January 27, the world of the 7th Art will surely be upset to pay him a last tribute during his funeral, which will take place in the Saint-Eustache church in Paris.

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A calm child, observer and dreamer, Gaspard Ulliel loved solitude for a long time. To the great displeasure of his mother, who could not stand one of the traits of his personality.

The qualifiers were not lacking to describe Gaspard Ulliel. The 37-year-old actor was a man of “sparkling sweetness” for Xavier Dolan, “an exceptional actor” for Jean Castex, with a “benevolence and kindness” out of the ordinary, for Pierre Niney. After the announcement of his death, everyone hailed the modesty of Gaspard Ulliel, but also his magnetism and his talent. He was much more critical. “I have this selfishness that we find in artists, an almost inevitable navel-gazing that strikes us as a fatality”, he described in the columns of Marie Claire, in 2014, before explaining to adore loneliness. “I am an only child, loneliness built me, I appreciate it. For a long time I thought I could move forward alone, but I had to admit to myself that I needed others”, he confided.

“I continue to enjoy isolating myself, I like to take some distance from what I live”, he added. “Tormented” in his youth, Gaspard Ulliel explained that he had “took time to [s]’open up and evolve in society’. “I was a rather closed and morbidly shy little boy. I lived in a bubble”, confided this son of a stylist and a designer. This character “very calm, (…) dreamy and very slow”, did not really please his parents. “It infuriated my mother”, added Gaspard Ulliel to Marie-Claire. But this personality, the actor had it in him since his earliest childhood. “As a child, I could already spend hours observing an insect, dwelling on a detail or losing myself in the contemplation of a passer-by in the street”, he described to our colleagues.

Gaspard Ullliel has long been “permanently at odds with the people of [s]we age”

As he said, Gaspard Ulliel grew up “surrounded by adults” and has long been “permanently at odds with the people of [s]we age”. For a long time, the actor did not want to make a career in front of the cameras. “I imagined becoming an architect, without knowing exactly what this job meant. I had a taste for drawing and painting, my father always painted a lot. is the discipline where I got the best grades”, confided Gaspard Ulliel. It was finally at the cinema that Gaspard Ulliel was crowned with success. This Thursday, January 27, the world of the 7th Art will surely be upset to pay him a last tribute during his funeral, which will take place in the Saint-Eustache church in Paris.

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Gaspard Ulliel
After the announcement of his death, everyone praised Gaspard Ulliel’s modesty, but also his magnetism and his talent.

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Gaspard Ulliel
He was much more critical

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Gaspard Ulliel
“I have this selfishness that we find in artists, an almost inevitable navel-gazing which strikes us as a fatality”, he described in the columns of Marie-Claire

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Gaspard Ulliel
He loved the loneliness

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Gaspard Ulliel
“I continue to enjoy isolating myself, I like to take some distance from what I’m going through,” he added.

© Denis Guignebourg

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Gaspard Ulliel
“Tormented” in his youth, Gaspard Ulliel then explained that he “took time to [s]’open up and evolve in society’

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Gaspard Ulliel
“I was a pretty closed and morbidly shy little boy. I lived in a bubble”, confided this son of a stylist and a designer

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Gaspard Ulliel
This character “very calm, (…) dreamy and very slow”, did not really please his parents.

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Gaspard Ulliel
But this personality, the actor had it in him since his earliest childhood

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Gaspard Ulliel
“As a child, I could already spend hours observing an insect, dwelling on a detail or losing myself in the contemplation of a passer-by in the street”, he described to our colleagues.

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[PASS VACCINAL] Since January 24, possession of the vaccine pass is now compulsory in order to access restaurants, cinemas, swimming pools and interregional transport in particular.

[Mise à jour du mercredi 26 janvier 2022 à 08h19] Are you sure you’re in the nails? The vaccination pass officially came into effect on Monday, January 24. It replaces the health pass implemented last summer. The stated objective is to encourage the most reluctant to get vaccinated. It is now necessary to justify a vaccination status, booster dose included, to access interregional transport, restaurants, leisure establishments, etc. (read below). The vaccination pass does not apply for access to the hospital in the event of an emergency. This new obligation concerns all the elderly over 16 years old. Nine million French people risk losing their vaccination pass on February 15 if they do not receive an injection of vaccine against the coronavirus, warned the Minister of Health, Olivier Véran, at the microphone of LCI. ​​​​​Last week, the government also announced a schedule for easing health restrictions. From Wednesday February 2, “all sports and cultural equipment will be able to recover operation at full capacity”. Telework will no longer be mandatory on this date, but will remain recommended. Wearing a mask will no longer be required outdoors. From Wednesday February 16, consumption in transport will be authorized and nightclubs will be able to reopen. The health protocol in schools will be reassessed.

Where can you find your vaccination pass on Ameli?

After each injection, everyone must receive a certified certificate in paper format from the healthcare professional. This same document can be downloaded from the attestation-vaccin.ameli.fr website, by logging in via France connect (using your tax ID for example). You do not have no steps to take to convert your health pass into a vaccination pass. The QR code and the certificate remain valid.

“For people who are vaccinated and up to date, they have the automatic transformation of the health pass into a vaccination pass, there is nothing to do”, confirmed Olivier Véran at the microphone of LCI. “Their daily life has absolutely not changed. For people who have two doses, this is the main message that I would like to convey: there are still nine million French people who, on February 15, if they do not do not receive a vaccine injection could lose the benefit of the pass. That’s a lot. (…) As a reminder, the rule changes on February 15, you will have to be less than four months from the last injection to take the dose reminder. And that, I think not everyone has integrated. So I say, make an appointment, do not wait until the last minute.

Please note: Health Insurance also makes available on his website a simulator to determine the vaccine recall date, so as not to end up without a valid pass. “All people who make their recall will have a new QR Code which will become valid 7 days after their injection whether it is a 2nd, 3rd dose or more”, we explain.

The vaccination pass, from what age? 16 years old ?

The vaccination pass concerns all French people aged 16 or over. For minors aged 12 to 15, the health pass (a negative Covid test, a full vaccination certificate or a recovery certificate) will remain valid and compulsory to access the various activities (bars, restaurants, cinemas, etc.).

When will the vaccination pass be implemented?

The vaccination pass was implemented on Monday, January 24. As a reminder, the government initially expected effective implementation on January 15. The deadline was however postponed, the debates in Parliament being slowed down by the opposition. The left had also planned two different appeals to the Constitutional Council, in order to guarantee respect for “fundamental freedoms”, postponing the promulgation of the text of the law for a few days.

Are two doses enough to obtain the vaccination pass?

The vaccination pass requires having a complete vaccination status, booster dose included. Very concretely, you must therefore be in one of the following situations:

As recalled by the Health Insurance on its website, the protection of the vaccine decreases over time. This is the reason why it is necessary to carry out a recall. “The date of eligibility for the booster is calculated: either from the date of the last injection of the initial vaccination scheme (also called primary vaccination); or from the date of the positive test for Covid-19 if the person has had Covid-19 since his vaccination”, we recall. “The booster dose is to be carried out 3 months after the last injection or infection with Covid-19“.

Since January 15, 2022, the booster dose must have been taken within seven months of the last injection, in order to maintain a valid pass. As of February 15, this period will pass up to 4 months after the last injection.

If the person does not call back within the time allowed, his pass is deactivated. If she performs a booster dose beyond the deadline, a new QR code will be generated and this new pass will be valid one week after the injection. If the person carries out the reminder within the deadlines, the QR code generated during the previous vaccination will remain valid for seven days, so that they keep their pass without cutting. In all cases, seven days after the injection, it is the QR code of the booster vaccination which will act as a pass and which must be presented.

Plane, leisure… What are the activities covered by the vaccination pass?

All establishments hitherto concerned by the health pass are now subject to the vaccination pass:

However, some exceptions are provided for, in particular a trip for a compelling reason. A simple sanitary pass will then be sufficient. Only health facilities and services will be accessible through a single negative test. Employees working in the sectors mentioned above will be required to have a vaccination pass.

Can the vaccination pass be required as part of my job?

The vaccination pass does not become compulsory in all companies in France. On the other hand, employees who were until now subject to the health pass (restaurants, cafes, bars, cinemas, etc.) must now present a valid vaccination pass to continue to exercise their professional activity. Do not panic however, the text of the law provides for the conditions under which “a proof of commitment to a vaccination scheme is worth proof of vaccination status”, can we read.

What does the vaccination pass change for the company?

In addition to the implementation of the vaccination pass, the text of the law enacts other provisions in order to fight against fraud. The managers of the places and activities subject to the vaccination pass will be able to check the pass, and if necessary, the identity of the holder of the pass, “when there are serious reasons to believe that the document presented does not relate to the person who gave it. present”. The lack of control in an establishment open to the public will be punishable by a fine of 1,000 euros, from the first violation.
The presentation of a vaccination pass belonging to others exposes you to a fixed fine of 1,000 euros, against 135 euros at present.

Possession of a false pass will be punishable by five years’ imprisonment and a fine of 75,000 euros. Companies that do not play the telework game may be sanctioned with an administrative fine of up to 500 euros per employee, up to a limit of 50,000 euros.

Until when is the vaccination pass compulsory?

The Prime Minister specified that the pass could be lifted in the event of a decline in the epidemic. “As soon as the hospital pressure is low enough (…), we can confidently lift a certain number of measures which today aim to protect us and which would be deemed disproportionate”, added the Minister of Health, Olivier Veran. “We will apply the health pass for as long as necessary, but not longer than necessary”.

Asked again about the end of the application of the vaccine pass on Tuesday January 25, Olivier Véran indicated that it will not intervene at the beginning of February. “The vaccination pass is a tool that we still need,” he said. “I am not telling you that we are in a position today to lift the pass. We will keep it as long as there is a threat hanging over our hospitals. (…) Today, there are 3,770 patients in intensive care”.

What is the health pass?

The health pass is a control system put in place as part of the fight against the Covid-19 epidemic. It aims to certify that the person presenting it is not a carrier of the virus. It must be presented by anyone from 12 years and two months to access most events of daily life: sport, culture, restaurants, entertainment, as well as to travel via main lines or within the European Union. Three documents can be presented as part of the health pass:

The health pass should be transformed in 2022 into a vaccination pass. The government announced in mid-December that it would table a bill to this effect in early January. This finally happened at the end of December, and the legislative process is underway. The government hopes that the adoption will be effective on January 15. The health pass would then disappear, but to be replaced by a more restrictive device. It would however remain active in a few situations, access to care and minors in particular.

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[PASS VACCINAL] Since January 24, possession of the vaccine pass is now compulsory in order to access restaurants, cinemas, swimming pools and interregional transport in particular.

[Mise à jour du mercredi 26 janvier 2022 à 08h19] Are you sure you’re in the nails? The vaccination pass officially came into effect on Monday, January 24. It replaces the health pass implemented last summer. The stated objective is to encourage the most reluctant to get vaccinated. It is now necessary to justify a vaccination status, booster dose included, to access interregional transport, restaurants, leisure establishments, etc. (read below). The vaccination pass does not apply for access to the hospital in the event of an emergency. This new obligation concerns all the elderly over 16 years old. Nine million French people risk losing their vaccination pass on February 15 if they do not receive an injection of vaccine against the coronavirus, warned the Minister of Health, Olivier Véran, at the microphone of LCI. ​​​​​Last week, the government also announced a schedule for easing health restrictions. From Wednesday February 2, “all sports and cultural equipment will be able to recover operation at full capacity”. Telework will no longer be mandatory on this date, but will remain recommended. Wearing a mask will no longer be required outdoors. From Wednesday February 16, consumption in transport will be authorized and nightclubs will be able to reopen. The health protocol in schools will be reassessed.

Where can you find your vaccination pass on Ameli?

After each injection, everyone must receive a certified certificate in paper format from the healthcare professional. This same document can be downloaded from the attestation-vaccin.ameli.fr website, by logging in via France connect (using your tax ID for example). You do not have no steps to take to convert your health pass into a vaccination pass. The QR code and the certificate remain valid.

“For people who are vaccinated and up to date, they have the automatic transformation of the health pass into a vaccination pass, there is nothing to do”, confirmed Olivier Véran at the microphone of LCI. “Their daily life has absolutely not changed. For people who have two doses, this is the main message that I would like to convey: there are still nine million French people who, on February 15, if they do not do not receive a vaccine injection could lose the benefit of the pass. That’s a lot. (…) As a reminder, the rule changes on February 15, you will have to be less than four months from the last injection to take the dose reminder. And that, I think not everyone has integrated. So I say, make an appointment, do not wait until the last minute.

Please note: Health Insurance also makes available on his website a simulator to determine the vaccine recall date, so as not to end up without a valid pass. “All people who make their recall will have a new QR Code which will become valid 7 days after their injection whether it is a 2nd, 3rd dose or more”, we explain.

The vaccination pass, from what age? 16 years old ?

The vaccination pass concerns all French people aged 16 or over. For minors aged 12 to 15, the health pass (a negative Covid test, a full vaccination certificate or a recovery certificate) will remain valid and compulsory to access the various activities (bars, restaurants, cinemas, etc.).

When will the vaccination pass be implemented?

The vaccination pass was implemented on Monday, January 24. As a reminder, the government initially expected effective implementation on January 15. The deadline was however postponed, the debates in Parliament being slowed down by the opposition. The left had also planned two different appeals to the Constitutional Council, in order to guarantee respect for “fundamental freedoms”, postponing the promulgation of the text of the law for a few days.

Are two doses enough to obtain the vaccination pass?

The vaccination pass requires having a complete vaccination status, booster dose included. Very concretely, you must therefore be in one of the following situations:

As recalled by the Health Insurance on its website, the protection of the vaccine decreases over time. This is the reason why it is necessary to carry out a recall. “The date of eligibility for the booster is calculated: either from the date of the last injection of the initial vaccination scheme (also called primary vaccination); or from the date of the positive test for Covid-19 if the person has had Covid-19 since his vaccination”, we recall. “The booster dose is to be carried out 3 months after the last injection or infection with Covid-19“.

Since January 15, 2022, the booster dose must have been taken within seven months of the last injection, in order to maintain a valid pass. As of February 15, this period will pass up to 4 months after the last injection.

If the person does not call back within the time allowed, his pass is deactivated. If she performs a booster dose beyond the deadline, a new QR code will be generated and this new pass will be valid one week after the injection. If the person carries out the reminder within the deadlines, the QR code generated during the previous vaccination will remain valid for seven days, so that they keep their pass without cutting. In all cases, seven days after the injection, it is the QR code of the booster vaccination which will act as a pass and which must be presented.

Plane, leisure… What are the activities covered by the vaccination pass?

All establishments hitherto concerned by the health pass are now subject to the vaccination pass:

However, some exceptions are provided for, in particular a trip for a compelling reason. A simple sanitary pass will then be sufficient. Only health facilities and services will be accessible through a single negative test. Employees working in the sectors mentioned above will be required to have a vaccination pass.

Can the vaccination pass be required as part of my job?

The vaccination pass does not become compulsory in all companies in France. On the other hand, employees who were until now subject to the health pass (restaurants, cafes, bars, cinemas, etc.) must now present a valid vaccination pass to continue to exercise their professional activity. Do not panic however, the text of the law provides for the conditions under which “a proof of commitment to a vaccination scheme is worth proof of vaccination status”, can we read.

What does the vaccination pass change for the company?

In addition to the implementation of the vaccination pass, the text of the law enacts other provisions in order to fight against fraud. The managers of the places and activities subject to the vaccination pass will be able to check the pass, and if necessary, the identity of the holder of the pass, “when there are serious reasons to believe that the document presented does not relate to the person who gave it. present”. The lack of control in an establishment open to the public will be punishable by a fine of 1,000 euros, from the first violation.
The presentation of a vaccination pass belonging to others exposes you to a fixed fine of 1,000 euros, against 135 euros at present.

Possession of a false pass will be punishable by five years’ imprisonment and a fine of 75,000 euros. Companies that do not play the telework game may be sanctioned with an administrative fine of up to 500 euros per employee, up to a limit of 50,000 euros.

Until when is the vaccination pass compulsory?

The Prime Minister specified that the pass could be lifted in the event of a decline in the epidemic. “As soon as the hospital pressure is low enough (…), we can confidently lift a certain number of measures which today aim to protect us and which would be deemed disproportionate”, added the Minister of Health, Olivier Veran. “We will apply the health pass for as long as necessary, but not longer than necessary”.

Asked again about the end of the application of the vaccine pass on Tuesday January 25, Olivier Véran indicated that it will not intervene at the beginning of February. “The vaccination pass is a tool that we still need,” he said. “I am not telling you that we are in a position today to lift the pass. We will keep it as long as there is a threat hanging over our hospitals. (…) Today, there are 3,770 patients in intensive care”.

What is the health pass?

The health pass is a control system put in place as part of the fight against the Covid-19 epidemic. It aims to certify that the person presenting it is not a carrier of the virus. It must be presented by anyone from 12 years and two months to access most events of daily life: sport, culture, restaurants, entertainment, as well as to travel via main lines or within the European Union. Three documents can be presented as part of the health pass:

The health pass should be transformed in 2022 into a vaccination pass. The government announced in mid-December that it would table a bill to this effect in early January. This finally happened at the end of December, and the legislative process is underway. The government hopes that the adoption will be effective on January 15. The health pass would then disappear, but to be replaced by a more restrictive device. It would however remain active in a few situations, access to care and minors in particular.

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