french government has made life harder for unvaccinated people to access certain public places.
A “health pass” is now required on trains, domestic flights and in long-distance buses, as well as in restaurants and cafes. The pass could be a QR code on a smartphone or on a piece of paper, and shows that people have been fully vaccinated, hold a recent negative PCR test result or have recently recovered from a COVID-19 infection.
Most French are in favor of the health pass
recent survey by institutes Ipsos and Sopra Steria on behalf of radio station Franceinfo shows that more than 60% of the French are in favor of the health pass, while 74% approve of compulsory vaccination for health care workers.