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The “mobile” vaccination campaign has started in Brasparts, in Finistère

This Tuesday morning, the first inhabitants of the Monts d’Arrée were able to benefit from a vaccination against covid-19, in Brasparts, as part of the itinerant vaccination campaign in the rural municipalities of Finistère. Seven agents among the staff of SDIS 29 were deployed to provide this service for the benefit of people aged over 75 and vulnerable people. The town halls were responsible for contacting potential candidates and reserving them a vaccination slot.

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Covid-19: Castex wants “additional braking measures” in Dunkirk

“Additional braking measures” of the epidemic will be put in place in Dunkirk after consultation with elected officials, Matignon announced on Tuesday to AFP after an interview between Jean Castex and the mayor of the Patrice Vergriete town. The Prime Minister, who has observed the “sharp deterioration” of health indicators in recent hours, “asks that the local consultation work of elected officials and public authorities in the territory make it possible to define the response best suited to the situation”. On Monday, the mayor of Dunkirk had requested an interview with Jean Castex to “urgently examine” the situation in his city, where the covid-19 epidemic is soaring with an incidence rate of 901 cases per 100,000 inhabitants in the agglomeration. [Plus d’infos]

Climate law: the High Council invites to “rectify the situation”

From domestic flights to the energy renovation of buildings, many measures of the Climate bill fail by their “reduced scope”, regrets the High Council for the Climate (HCC) which hopes that Parliament will be able to “rectify the situation”. The measures of the text “Climate and Resilience”, the main tool for deploying the proposals of the Citizen’s Convention for the Climate (CCC), “go in the right direction but the bill does not offer sufficient strategic scope”, summarized the president of the HCC, Corinne Le Quéré, during a press conference. [Plus d’infos]

Essonne: a 14-year-old schoolgirl killed by a stab

A 14-year-old schoolgirl was killed Monday with a stab in the stomach during a fight in Saint-Chéron (Essonne) between two rival gangs, the Evry prosecutor’s office told AFP on Tuesday. The teenager would have intervened between young people from Dourdan and Saint-Chéron around 3 p.m. and was seriously injured in the street near the city college, according to the first elements of the investigation. She died in the night from Monday to Tuesday in the hospital, said a source close to the file. Six minors are in custody on Tuesday, added the same source. [Plus d’infos]


Malaysia expels 1,000 Burmese despite international criticism

Malaysia deported 1,000 migrants to Burma on Tuesday, Malaysia’s immigration chief said Tuesday, despite a ruling ordering him to suspend the controversial transfer, three weeks after the coup. Authorities returned 1,086 Burmese migrants aboard three Burmese military vessels that came to pick them up on the west coast, Khairul Dzaimee Daud said. “The Immigration Ministry would like to stress that no Rohingya migrants and no asylum seekers have been returned,” he added in a statement. “All those who were expelled have agreed to return of their own free will, without being forced to do so. ” [Plus d’infos]

Vaccination, Dunkirk, climate law: mid-day update – international news
(Mohd Rasfan / AFP)

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