This weekend’s anti-health pass demonstration brings together between 450 and 500 people against the bill debated in the National Council on Tuesday.
On Saturday September 11, between 450 and 500 demonstrators marched through the Principality to protest against the bill relating to the fight against COVID-19. According to the count made by the Public Security, participation is down 40% compared to the week before. Applicants for written commitments from the government side concerning the health pass and the vaccination obligation. Indeed, the bill will be discussed in the National Council this Tuesday, September 14, with most certainly a decision being taken.
A call for vaccination to beat the pandemic
“These amendments which were communicated to us are completely acceptable, we had a very rich dialogue, testified Pierre Dartout, Minister of State. We are now awaiting the vote by the National Council which will take place on Tuesday.”. The bill concerns the obligation for employees and liberal professions working for fragile or vulnerable people to be vaccinated. Recall that according to the latest official figures, 26,451 Monegasques, or 76.82% of the population aged 12 and over, are first vaccinated. An encouraging percentage that the government wishes to continue to develop in the weeks to come.
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