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France has launched a plan to give reminders to all adults, opting against a lockdown or additional curfew, to help fight a worrying rise in infections in the country

PARIS – France on Thursday launched a plan to give COVID-19 reminders to all adults, as it opted against a lockdown or additional curfew to help fight a worrying increase in infections in the country.

Veran also presented a series of measures believed to strengthen the use of masks in public spaces and said the country’s COVID pass, which is required in many indoor locations across the country, will become invalid if a person did not receive a booster within seven months of a second dose.

He said there were ten times more unvaccinated people currently hospitalized with the virus than vaccinated people, adding that without the vaccine the country would already be in lockdown.

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