Paris (AFP)

Jean-Luc Mélenchon (LFI) and Jordan Bardella (RN) called on Sunday not to cast shame on caregivers who refuse to be vaccinated, while Yannick Jadot (EELV) raised the possibility of eventually forcing them to do so. .

"It would be irresponsible to designate as scapegoats our caregivers who have done an exemplary job since the start of the crisis", while "the government has fueled mistrust over the vaccine from the start" with its "repeated lies", said Jordan Bardella, number two of the National Rally, on France Inter / franceinfo / Le Monde.

Asked about France 3 on the same subject, the leader of La France insoumise Jean-Luc Mélenchon judged "a little curious that this whole story should end by questioning those who treat. It is ridiculous, and to some regards so characteristic of the macronie ", he criticized, refusing to" participate in the packs which designate a profession, point it out and make it feel guilty ".

The MEP EELV and potential presidential candidate Yannick Jadot proposed for his part on Radio J "a deal with caregivers: we offer them the best vaccine, it's Pfizer. We vaccinate them with Pfizer, and if they do not vaccinate with Pfizer, so we make vaccination mandatory. "

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from the Ile-de-France region Valérie Pécresse for her part called on caregivers to "take responsibility", stressing that it was "their duty" while "there are too many clusters in the hospital today" : "they have no right to hesitate".

The Minister of Health Olivier Véran had called in a letter Friday the caregivers to be vaccinated "quickly" in the name of "collective security".

However, he highlighted Sunday a "growing craze" among them, immediately excluding any vaccination obligation.

The seven orders of health professions also called on Sunday "with one voice all caregivers to be vaccinated", stressing that it is an "ethical duty".

Ms. Pécresse also said "in favor" of a possible health pass "if we want to welcome tourists again this summer" and reopen the closed places.

Yannick Jadot underlined that he would support the idea when "all those who want to be vaccinated will have been vaccinated", while for Jordan Bardella, "to speak of a vaccination passport at the level of the European Union while we vaccinated 7% of the population and we are the laughing stock of the world ", it is" deeply indecent ".

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