The mayor of Mazamet (Tarn) on Friday, May 14 asked for the removal of the obligation to wear a mask, "
outdoors at first
", for all people vaccinated against Covid-19 because of the improvement in health. health situation.
In a letter to the prefect of Tarn Catherine Ferrier, the mayor of Mazamet Olivier Fabre assures us that such a measure would constitute "
a strong signal for the resumption of economic, tourist and social activities
" and would also be "
the reward for the efforts made since 14 month
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For the elected various-right, committed alongside the presidential majority for the regional elections, it is a "
common sense measure given the low risk of contamination for people already vaccinated
" and who has "
already been adopted in many countries in Europe and around the world
Americans vaccinated against Covid-19 no longer need to wear a mask indoors, health authorities said Thursday, who however recommend continuing to wear it in transport (planes, buses, trains ...) as well. than at airports and train stations.
Currently, approximately 35% of the American population, or more than 117 million people, have received the necessary dose (s) of vaccine.
Prime Minister Jean Castex, traveling in the Gers, for his part urged the French on Friday to "
on" to the health front before the arrival of "
many doses in June
" and the imminent crossing of the 20 million threshold. vaccinated. According to figures released Thursday evening, 19,269,311 people received at least one injection and 8,544,122 people received two injections (12.8% of the total population and 16.3% of the adult population).