Human Rights Act - Civil Rights

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Hello,Is there anyone, Legal Advisors, Lawyer/Solicitor etc, who can help inform me to what our Civil Rights are in regard to the current "covid19 vaccine obligation" here in France? Surely we have a legal right to refuse? Can they really discriminate against us and not let us into shops? And what about our children? My kids are 11 and 14 and I don't want them to have the vaccine, can the schools refuse to take them if they haven't had the covid shot? I look forward to your replies!A worried Mum

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If you do not get vaccinated you are 12 times more likely to infect others and you run the risk of becoming seriously ill; you will find full information here (in French): It is not obligatory to be vaccinated in France (unless you are a health worker), but you will not be able to do many things if you don't. Have you discussed why you don't want to be vaccinated with your Doctor or the Government helpline? This is a good video explaining (in English) more about COVID:

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Hello Karen, 

Thank you for your reply and your opinion. I understand that i'm going to receive replies from people expressing their 'opinions' here.  However, i'm not interested in opinions, i've already got one, my own!........i'm talking about  'Rights' and 'Discrimination' as a human being.......

Luckily i found the lastest Europpean Resolution Act, and i will copy it here below for everyone to clearly see what our actual rights are:-

The Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe passed Resolution
number 2361 of 2021 on 27 January 2021i, in which it was stated that:
6.1 Paragraph 7.3.1 - ensure that citizens are informed that the vaccination is NOT mandatory and that no one is politically, socially, or otherwise pressured to get themselves vaccinated if they do not wish to do so;
6.2 Paragraph 7.3.2 - ensure that no one is discriminated against for not having been vaccinated, due to possible health risks or not wanting to be vaccinated.

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