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Greece and France Made Covid-19 Vaccination Compulsory for Healthcare Staff

The government of both Greece and France have now announced that, the vaccinations against the novel corona virus will now be mandatory for the all the healthcare workers, but there seems to be a little enthusiasm for the United Kingdom for going down on that route.

On 12th June 2021, Emmanuel Macron, president of France said, anyone who wants to visit a cinema, theatre, sports venue, that involves an audience of more than 50 people are going to require a pass, that will be proving that, they had either been fully vaccinated or had tested negative for the covid-19 virus.

Emmanuel Macron also said, from 1st August 2021, this requirement is going to be extended to the restaurants, bars, shopping malls and cafes, along with the long-distance trains, and after the announcement of the French president, around a million people have book their vacation.

Kyriakos Mitsotakis, prime minister of Greece announced, the staff of the nursing homes are mandatorily needed to get the corona virus vaccination immediately, while the healthcare workers would have to be vaccinated from 1st September 2021. On 16th June 2021, the government of United States said, it is going to launch a public consultation in due course on the issue for making the corona virus vaccination mandatory against the coronavirus and flu, which has been a condition of deployment in the settings of healthcare, and now the governments of France and Greece are going to take some similar steps of in their fight against the novel corona virus.