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The Regional Health Agency has confirmed on Tuesday 25th January, that the Omicron variant is now the dominant strain of covid in the Provence Alpes Côte d'Azur with its circulation the highest it's ever been in the region. In a statement the agency confirmed that the Omicron variant is "found in 95% of cases". T Read More
French Health Minister Olivier Veran has said that nine million people could lose their vaccination pass on February 15 if they don't take action. The rules for the vaccination pass change on that date, with the time to have had a booster dose being reduced from seven months to four months after the last injection. Read More
The “ vaccination pass” has come into operation in France today for people aged 16 and over in places open to the public. A negative test is now no longer sufficient to enter establishments, except to access health facilities and socio-medical services Read More
A new pill against covid has been approved by France’s high health authority and will reportedly be available this week. Paxlovid, made by American pharmaceutical company Pfizer, can reduce the risk of serious forms of Covid or death by around 85.2%. Read More