With COVID on the job: France allows infected medics to work
It described the measure as "exceptional and temporary" and said it will be lifted when the system isn't so saturated with virus cases. 1
The exemption opens the possibility for doctors, hospital staff, and carers for the disabled and other vulnerable people to keep working despite testing positive, on condition that they are fully vaccinated and aren't coughing and sneezing. 1
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