The former director of the Saint-Joseph nursing home in La Chapelle-la-Reine (Seine-et-Marne) appeared on Monday before the Fontainebleau criminal court (Seine-et-Marne).

She was given a 12-month suspended prison sentence and a fine of 800 euros for forgery and use of forgery, reports

Le Parisien


At the end of 2021, she had held a false health pass when she had the obligation to be vaccinated by her profession.

A licensed nurse

She had been able to obtain this false health pass thanks to her husband, who was sentenced to six months in prison, suspended.

In October 2021, a nurse at the facility noticed the anomaly and was fired.

The director was eventually dismissed for gross negligence by the board of directors.

At the helm, the defendant expressed her fears about the vaccine.

The couple's lawyer indicated that no case of Covid-19 had declared itself in the establishment.

The former director is also banned from practicing in the medico-social field for two years.

The industrial tribunal must now rule on the dismissal of the nurse.


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  • Melun

  • Ile-de-France

  • Paris

  • Vaccination pass

  • nursing home

  • Justice