Coronavirus latest: Keep life moving’ government to appeal as France rails against Covid pass

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ritons will be told to “keep life moving” in a change in Government messaging this summer, despite mounting concerns about millions being forced to isolate in a pingdemic.

According to The Times the “hands, face, space” slogan will be dropped in favour of “keep life moving”.

It comes as France has announced that public cultural venues and places of leisure that welcome more than 50 people will start checking people’s health pass before allowing them in.

The health pass proves that the bearer has been fully vaccinated against Covid-19, has already had the virus and is considered immune, or has received a negative test result in the past 48 hours. It comes the day after Health Minister Olivier Véran announced 18,000 new infections in 24 hours.

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