“Should we make the vaccine against Covid-19 compulsory?”

Hardly discovered, the first vaccines against the virus sow discord between those who would like to impose them on all (Gérard Larcher) and the partisans of prudence (Pr. Christian Bréchot)… or of the freedom to choose.

Gérard Larcher, President of the Senate (left) and Professor Christian Bréchot, virologist, former Director General of Inserm and the Institut Pasteur
Gérard Larcher, President of the Senate (left) and Professor Christian Bréchot, virologist, former Director General of Inserm and the Institut Pasteur JC Marmara / Le Figaro / JC Marmara / Le Figaro / Freddie Coleman / Freddie Coleman

Vaccines against Covid-19 have not yet left the laboratories that the controversy is already swelling: should they be compulsorily administered to everyone, in the name of health citizenship? Curiously, one of the first to have mentioned the principle of compulsory vaccination is environmental MEP Yannick Jadot (EELV). The idea timidly gained ground. The President of the Senate Gérard Larcher declared himself in favor of. BFM columnist Christophe Barbier, former editor of L’Express, proposes for its part to establish a simple rule: “If you are not vaccinated, you can no longer go to restaurants, to the theater; you can no longer take the plane … You yourself are withdrawn from collective life, self-confined. You will need to have your vaccination certificate, like a pass, to be in the company. ”

This is enough to ruffle the hair of nearly half of the French who spontaneously say they do not want to be vaccinated! Some believe that the risk

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