Covid-19 France among the last countries to maintain the obligation to vaccinate caregivers, the Finnish health authorities see no interest in doing so.
Published on 2.11.2022
Italy ended the compulsory vaccination of caregivers on Tuesday, and France is now one of the last countries to maintain it.
A simple decree can put an end to it on the advice of the HAS, which can self-seize. But the line “has not changed”.
In summary :
• Italy: measure repealed on Tuesday
• England: planned, but never entered into force
• Belgium: planned, but never entered into force
• Germany: still in force, but little suspension and it depends on the region
And for proof, for those who only believe in corrupt media, even CNews talks about it… that is to say…
Report 24 reports: While some groups continue to push for people to receive more and more mRNA gene injections, the Finnish health authority sees no point in doing so. On the contrary: a reminder every four months would weaken the immune response of the vaccinated, according to the chief medical officer of the authority. As the Finnish newspaper ‘Iltalehti’ reports, the northern European country’s health authority sees no reason to recommend a fourth injection.
Although there are around 1,000 patients in hospitals who have a positive covid test, only half of them would have covid-19 as their main reason for treatment. At the same time, sewage tests have shown that the incidence is now as high as at the start of the year, so the variants are obviously particularly benign – and previous waves have already ensured a level of sufficiently high basic immunization. Continuous and frequent vaccination with the same vaccine can weaken the immune response, because the protection provided by these mRNA injections is “only moderate and short-lived”…. Hello French media?? Read more here.