What France’s new pro-vaccination law means for employers
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Mathilde Houet-Weil
Mathilde Houet-Weil is a partner and leader of Weil & Associés’ labour and employment practice

With France facing a variant-fuelled fourth wave of infections this summer, President Macron recently declared: “With the delta variant, the epidemic is picking up again. My message is simple: to get vaccinated.”

After heated parliamentary debates, the country passed a controversial law in less than a week making vaccination mandatory for essential workers and requires employees in certain establishments open to the public to provide a health pass to their employer.


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