France's COVID health pass raises serious ethical questions

The French parliament has passed a law mandating the use of a COVID-19 health pass in order to access public spaces such as restaurants, cinemas, trains and museums. The pass provides proof that the holder has either been vaccinated, recently tested negative for COVID-19 or recovered from the disease. The law also mandates all health workers to get vaccinated by September 15, or risk suspension.

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