Covid-19: Government relaxes isolation rules for vaccinated people

Covid-19: Government relaxes isolation rules for vaccinated people

In the face of the new wave of Omicron variant exploding the number of Covid-19 contamination cases, more and more governments around the world are being forced to ease isolation rules for patients and their relatives to avoid economic paralysis.

maximum omicron infection — and its impressive procession of downtime and quarantines — weighs heavily on community organizing, even if the acceleration of pollution is, for the time being, not accompanied by an increase in deaths. The first region concerned, Europe – the current epicenter of the epidemic – Facing unprecedented levels of pollution: More than 4.9 million infections were recorded in the past seven days, or 59% more than the previous week, according to an AFP count Saturday. In total, more than 100 million cases have been recorded there since the virus was discovered in December 2019.

7 days of isolation

To maintain social and economic life, France – where More than a million cases have been detected in the past seven days He announced the relaxation of the rules for isolating the infected and those in contact with them, starting from Monday, January 3, thus joining the growing list of countries that are reducing the duration of the quarantine.

Positive people have been fully vaccinated He will now have to self-isolate for seven daysInstead of ten, whatever the alternative, isolation can be lifted after five days in the case of a negative test. There will be no more quarantine for cases of contacts with the full vaccination schedule.

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The Ministry of Health explained in a press release that the change of rules would make it possible to ensure “control of pollution while preserving social and economic life.”

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