Covid: the vaccine pass should be “applicable at the end of next week”, indicates the president of the Law Commission at the National Assembly

The bill transforming the health pass into a vaccination pass should be “applicable at the end of next week”, according to the president of the Law Commission at the National Assembly.

The LREM president of the Law Commission at the National Assembly, Yaël Braun-Pivet, said this Saturday on France Info that the measure should come into force”probably before” ten days. “We will see how the debates take place in the Senate and if there is a referral to the Constitutional Council. In any case, the text will normally be adopted definitively tomorrow (this Sunday). It could be, I think, applicable at the end of next week“.

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The National Assembly adopted the text on the pass vaccinal at second reading, on the night of Friday to Saturday. The debates continue in the Senate this Saturday. The marathon of this twelfth health emergency text since March 2020 will end this Sunday afternoon, with a final vote by the National Assembly.

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