A petition against the vaccine pass gathers over 700,000 signatures
“The government’s plan to transform the health pass into a vaccination pass is not an administrative formality. It is a point of no return towards the generalized vaccination obligation, it is to authorize a discrimination of each French person according to his vaccination status”. The presentation text is unambiguous: to oppose the measure that could come into force as early as January 15, more than 700,000 people have already signed a petition against the bill that will make a normal social life conditional on one’s vaccination status.
They believe that the vaccine pass represents a measure “more serious than a simple vaccine obligation”, predicting that it will allow politicians at the head of the state to subject according to the population to the number of injections, or even to other products, of their choice without consultation and without limit of time.
Recalling article R.4127-36 of the Public Health Code according to which “the consent of the person examined or treated must be sought in all cases”, the petition denounces the maneuver of the government which consists in circumventing the illegality of the vaccine obligation by forcing the population to submit to it by itself. Refusing the vaccine remains possible in exchange for the sacrifice of one’s social and even professional life.
A decision that arouses incomprehension and anger since neither the health pass nor the vaccine have been proven so far. This is why the CNIL, the French data protection authority, unsuccessfully petitioned the government on November 30 on the need to provide proof of the effectiveness of the health pass.
In response to this petition, LCI underlined that the majority of French people are in favor of the vaccination pass, while in an exclusive poll of the Figaro at the end of October, the majority of French people were hostile to the obligation of a third dose.
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