Govt-19: Health emergency declared in Guadeloupe, Guyana, Mayotte, Saint-Martin and Saint-Barthelemy.

Réunion and Martinique were already in a state of emergency.

The government has declared health emergencies in Guadeloupe, Guyana, Mayotte, Saint-Martin and Saint-Barthelemy, which are facing an epidemic of Govt-19 due to the circulation of the Omigron variant, government spokesman Gabriel Attal announced on Wednesday, January 5th.

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He said in a statement to the meeting that the government had passed the order during the cabinet meeting. At the end of December, a health emergency was declared on Reunion Island and was extended to Martinique under this rule from mid-July.

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The bill, which strengthens the tools to manage the corona virus health crisis in France, specifically provides for the passage of the Health Pass into a vaccine pass and has been the subject of heated debate in the legislature since the beginning of the week, overseeing this regime. It sets its deadline of March 31, especially in foreign regions.

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