In the midst of the epidemic recovery, Francois Braun indicated that he had “no taboos” in discussions relating to epidemic braking measures.
On RTL this Tuesday, the Minister of Health Francois Braun indicated that the return of the compulsory mask in transport was “under study”, in line with the remarks made this morning by Brigitte Autran, president of Covars, who succeeded the Scientific Council.
“Yes, it is being studied, as all the possibilities are being studied within this Scientific Council. It is my role to study all the possibilities, to make proposals. This wearing of the mask, as the fact of recommending it to our fellow citizens when they are in a little crowded places, it is quite normal that this is in the current reflections of this Council”, declared the minister.
“I have no taboo”
These remarks are part of the full epidemic rebound in France. As figures from Covid Tracker show, an average of 44,536 positive cases are taken every day, up 34% from last week. Critical care admissions are also strong, up 45% in one week. Hence the statements of the Minister of Health.
“I want the French to resume barrier gestures. Wearing a mask in all places where we are very close to each other, where there is a very high concentration of people. It is all the more interesting that wearing of the mask is also useful for the flu, bronchiolitis in children…”, supported the minister.
Before concluding: “Everything is on the table, everything is possible. My role is to protect our most fragile fellow citizens. It is always the same people who are identified. have no taboo”.
Source: BFM TV