Covid-19 Europe: French people protest against vaccine passport bill ahead of vote

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Covid-19 Europe: French people came out into the rain outside France’s National Assembly building to protest against a proposed law that would introduce vaccine passports for French people to visit cinemas, eat at restaurants, or take the train.

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