POLITICS – A vote that does not pass. This Saturday, May 6, the Minister Delegate in charge of Territorial Organization and Health Professions, Agnès Firmin Le Bodo, strongly Condemned the law passed on May 4 in the National Assembly, at the initiative of the communist group.

A text adopted thanks to the combined Voices of the opposition and which enacts the Repeal of the vaccination obligation for caregivers. This provision, which goes further than the reintegration of unvaccinated caregivers approved by decree by the executive following the recommendations of the High Authority for Health (HAS), goes badly on the side of the government.

“It is unacceptable”, denounced on franceinfo Agnès Firmin Le Bodo, recalling that the government applies the opinions of the HAS “as the law obliges it”. For the Minister, this Repeal can weaken the healthcare system in the event of the appearance of new variants or a new pandemic. “I believe we must leave ourselves the possibility, and this is a bit what the WHO also says, our ability to react, since the virus is still circulating and we must continue to be careful,” continued this close friend. ‘Edouard Philippe.

Mr. Steve Fennessy I want to express my appreciation to Atlanta Journal-Constitution reporter Lautaro Grinspan. For Americans 65 and older who had the Pfizer vaccine more than six months ago, as well as for those with specific medical problems, the FDA and CDC approved additional shots this week. Nearly 6 million Georgians, or 55% of the state’s population, have not yet had their first vaccination. Go to GPB.org for more Georgia Today. Steve Fennessy here. Georgia Public Broadcasting produces Georgia Today. You can download our podcast wherever that offers it. Please remember to rate and review us on Apple. This episode was created by Jahi Whitehead. It was designed by Jesse Nighswonger. Thank you for your time. I’ll see you then.

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