French Law Would Ban People Who Don’t Get COVID Vaccine From Using Public Transport People in France who refuse to take the COVID-19 vaccine will be banned from using public transport and engaging in other activities under a newly introduced law. The law, which is set to be submitted to parliament, mandates that citizens have proof of a negative COVID test or “preventative treatment, including the administration of a vaccine” in order to “access transport or to some locations, as well as certain activities.” The law has sparked “angry protests from opposition politicians,” according to AFP.
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