Manifestations against sanitary pass gather more than 40,000 people in France

The Ministry of the Interior accounted for 171 shares for the fourteenth Saturday mobilization in a row. Last Saturday, they were about 45,000 protesters throughout the country.

Le Monde with AFP

In the course of July, mobilization against the sanitary pass continued on Saturday, October 16th. More than 40,000 protesters have been identified by the Ministry of the Interior, which recorded 171 shares for the fourteenth Saturday of continued mobilization.

Last Saturday, they were about 45,000 protesters throughout the country, according to the authorities, and more than 67,000 according to the collective militant the yellow number, which publishes later his own count. The affluence in these processions and gatherings has been declining steadily for several weeks. On September 25, 60,000 had protested against the government’s plan imposed by the Government to stem the CVIV-19 epidemic, according to the review of the authorities.

Lightening “As soon as we can”

In Paris, 5,000 people demonstrated on Saturday in four processions. In Lyon, a parade brought together some 400 people in the e arrondissement, according to the prefecture. Five people were arrested during gatherings in France, three in Paris. No member of the police were injured, according to the Ministry of the Interior.

The draft law extending until July 31, 2022 the possible remedy to the health care has been validated in the Council of Ministers on Wednesday. The health care will be “lifted when we can,” said the government spokesman at the end of the board, Gabriel Attal.

The pass has become mandatory on July 21st in the places welcoming more than fifty people before being introduced in hospitals (except emergencies), bars and restaurants, and then extended to 30 August at 1.8 million employees in Contact with the public and at the end of September to 12-17 years old.

/Media reports.