Get used to the new rules in France. Visitors to the Eiffel Tower are required to show their health pass, which has been in force since Wednesday. Must show full vaccination schedule or negative COVID-19 test. It is also necessary to enter museums, theaters or cinemas.
It is the first step in a campaign against what the French government calls an increase “stratospheric” of contagions.
It is possible to take the test in situ, but not everyone is convinced that it is a good idea.
“If I get tested now, I can go in, but I could catch the virus in the queue right here. So I would have coronavirus for the next 72 hours and a negative test.”, says Johnny Nielsen, a tourist from Denmark.
The policy of the French Executive is to try to combat doubts about vaccines.
Denmark recommends the vaccine to pregnant women
Meanwhile, in Denmark, now, the National Board of Health recommends vaccination for pregnant women, in their second and third trimesters, and those who are breastfeeding.
Marches in Greece against compulsory vaccination for health workers
In Greece, Parliament must vote on whether to make vaccination compulsory for all health workers. A measure that has a strong rejection, as demonstrated by the demonstrations in the main Greek cities.