This Thursday, the Touche team not at my post was discussing vaccination again. A subject that strongly moved Danielle Moreau, when she mentioned the logistics of having her 90-year-old mother, who has Alzheimer’s, vaccinated.
Vaccination continues to be debated. On the Touche set not at my post this Thursday, the columnists were once again debating the subject of the Covid vaccine, following the comments of Christian Estrosi on the withdrawal of unemployment insurance from the non-vaccinated. Me Pierre Gentillet, present on the set, denounced the draconian and discriminatory measures of the government, accusing the latter of an injunction to vaccination and a lack of transparency concerning the figures of the Covid. He came up against certain columnists convinced that it was necessary to be more severe with the unvaccinated, like Danielle Moreau. “We must prevent the unvaccinated from living normally to encourage them to be vaccinated.“, said the columnist. “I’ve had enough, it’s been two years that we take half measures“. If Danielle Moreau admits having been afraid to make the vaccine, in particular because of “everything we hear”, she explains that she did “for his mother“. Very moved by evoking the latter, the columnist explained that she had done “the obstacle course“to successfully get her vaccinated.”Un 90-year-old woman with Alzheimer’s, can you imagine how we can vaccinate her? I fought for months, I did not find a person who travels to her home to have her vaccinated!“, exclaimed Danielle Moreau, tears in her eyes.
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A way for the columnist to recall that there were also non-vaccinated people who wanted to receive the vaccine but who “could not“. Me Pierre Gentillet then recalled that it was legitimate for people aged 90 to receive the vaccine, while adding that the total population did not have to be imposed “the obligation to be vaccinated under threat of penalties whilethere are people who, on the benefit/risk balance, do not have to be vaccinated“.