French police clash with anti-COVID health pass protesters | Al Jazeera Newsfeed

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French police used tear gas during clashes with demonstrators in Paris as thousands gathered to protest the COVID-19 health pass. The pass is required to enter a wide array of public venues and will be expanded on August 9.

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