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France Fears Medical Staff Shortage as 300,000 Not Vaccinated by Sept. 15 Deadline

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French people working in the medical sector are required to get vaccinated against the CCP virus or risk a suspension from their jobs without pay under President Emmanuel Macron’s new vaccine mandate that went into effect on Wednesday. Two months ago, Macron ordered hospital staff, ambulance technicians, nursing home workers, doctors, fire brigade members, and people caring for the elderly or infirm in their homes—some 2.6 million employees in total, to get a COVID-19 vaccine by Sept. 15, though hundreds of thousands have not yet complied with the new rule. According to the country’s health authority, 300,000 French employees active in the medical field are not vaccinated and some hospitals fear staff shortages will add to their strain, The Associated Press reported. It is not clear if those workers will be fired immediately as a top court has forbidden staff to be laid off outright. Healthcare workers who have received only one dose of …

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