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France's lower house suspends review of Covid-19 vaccine pass bill

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France's lower house of parliament has suspended debates over a bill to make it mandatory for people to show proof of Covid-19 vaccination to go to a restaurant or cinema or take the train. Tense discussions of the new law, which would remove the option of showing a negative test result instead of having the innoculations, were halted after midnight on Monday after a majority of deputies voted to suspend the session. FRANCE 24's International Affairs Editor Armen Georgian tells us more.

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