What are our European neighbors doing?

What are our European neighbors doing?

“I do not want to quarrel with the French,” he said. I torture them all day long when the government stops them. Well, there, those who have not been vaccinated, I have to worry about them. So, we will continue it till the end. This is the strategy, “said Republican Emmanuel Macron An interview with Parisian This Tuesday evening. These references caused controversy and created a new suspension for sitting in the National Assembly during the examination of the vaccination pass.

The government expects the vaccine pass to take effect on January 15. Going to many public places, such as restaurants, bars, sports halls, concerts, festivals, cinemas or long-distance travel, may require vaccination or recent recovery from Kovid-19. Actions that seem too restrictive on the part of the opposition. During a debate before the Law Commission in the National Assembly last week, Health Minister Olivier Verran defended himself: “When you talk to us about freedom, when you say we’re reducing the freedom of the French with a pass, let’s see what happens abroad. (…) When we compare, we find comfort in ourselves.

Among our neighbors, which countries have imposed restrictions on people who have not been vaccinated, and which ones?


In the United Kingdom, Prime Minister Boris Johnson, who faced the advent of the omega-3 variant, implemented the vaccine passport on December 15. Need to go to discotheques and large gatherings (over 10,000 people).

In Scotland and Wales, the Vaccination Pass has been in effect for several months: to access more than 500 indoor and outdoor nightclubs and events in Scotland, as well as cinemas and theaters in Wales.

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Italy has tightened health restrictions in recent weeks. On December 6, the country established a “Health Super Pass” that is valid only for people who have been vaccinated or who have already been infected with Kovid-19. Need to go to the movies, discos, bars or restaurants, and also attend a sports event. On December 29, the government decided to expand its application: from January 10 it will extend to public transport, hotels, religious ceremonies, fairs, fairs, congresses, outdoor dining venues and skiing resorts. Pools and Cultural Centers.

Those who have not been vaccinated, unlike those in contact cases who have been vaccinated or recovered from the Kovid-19 vaccine, are required to adhere to the ten-day quarantine in case of contact.


Our German neighbor introduced compulsory vaccination for staff in hospitals and nursing homes. When the hospitalization limit for 100,000 inhabitants exceeds three Kovid patients, the “2G +” law, which allows vaccinated and cured patients to test negative and enter public spaces, applies to restaurants, nightclubs, theaters, and movie theaters.

With the onset of December and the increase in the number of Kovid cases, those who have not been vaccinated can no longer go to bars, restaurants, theaters, cinemas, theaters, sports, non-essential shops and Christmas markets. They should limit their contact to a maximum of two people from another home.


From December 20, only people who have been vaccinated or recovered will have access to the interiors of restaurants, cultural institutions, sports facilities and indoor events. Those who have not been vaccinated should limit their private meetings to ten.

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According to the 2G rule, a negative test is required to enter discos and bars, except for those who have completed the vaccination schedule within four months or have recently recovered from an illness.

Release of systemic controls for immunization

In mid-November, Austria sought to imprison only those who had not been vaccinated. However, from December 13, deconstruction will only be available to people with a full vaccination schedule: only people who have been vaccinated or recovered within the last six months will be able to access restaurants, shops, and sports halls. Vaccination will take effect on February 1.

In Romania, people who have not been vaccinated are subject to the curfew from 10 pm to 5 am, while vaccinated people can escape.

By mid-November, Slovakia had also reduced the number of non-vaccinated people to three weeks. From early December, shops, ski resorts and churches reopened for those who had been vaccinated and recovered from Kovid.

Vaccination passes are in effect in many other countries

Many other European countries have adopted vaccination passports: Czech Republic, Greece, Ireland, Malta, Estonia or Latvia.

In Latvia, employers can also segregate non-vaccinated employees.

Finally, on December 28, Finland decided to ban foreign tourists from entering their lands who had not been vaccinated.

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