Some 60,000 people demonstrated in late September, while the movement has dwindled in recent weeks.
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They continue their mobilization. The anti-health passes will meet again on Saturday, October 2, to protest the health pass that the government has imposed to combat the Covid-19 epidemic. This is the twelfth act of a movement that has been waning for several weeks.
According to police sources, between 40,000 and 60,000 people are expected in processions across France, including 5 to 10,000 demonstrators in Paris. About 60,000 people demonstrated last week.
In the capital, five processions have to leave, including that of the patriots by Florian Philippot at 2 p.m. from Place Salvador Allende to Place Fontenoy. The one of the “yellow vests” leaves at 1.30 pm from the Place d’Italie in the direction of the Esplanade Henri de France.
Since Thursday, the health pass is extended to adolescents. Minors of at least 12 years and two months must have a sanitary pass to take the train, go to the cinema or the swimming pool and must show a sanitary pass. But unlike unvaccinated adults, minors will all continue to systematically benefit from free PCR testing after October 15.