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COVID-19 Vendée

France is relaxing its Covid-19 regulations. As of Monday, May 16, the wearing of a mask on all public transportation (metro, bus, train, plane and cabs) is no longer required. (Note: this article will be updated again but all links are included for you to research the sources.) French Government UPDATE 16/05/2022 Current measures The “vaccination pass” has been suspended Wearing of a mask remains necessary in healthcare facilities, retirement homes, establishments for people with disabilities. when around people who are at high risk of developing serious illness around people who have tested positive and contact cases The mask is no longer compulsory in closed places but remains required in all manner of public passenger transport until May 16th.  Use your best judgement always carry a mask! In small spaces e.g. an elevator, it’s probably best to wear a mask! maintain vigilance and sanitary habits: 1.5m (6ft) distance, frequent washing …

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Putain de merde! Writing 2020 off of my shoulders

The last week of the year is normally a time of reflection for me as it probably is for many people across the globe. At the end of 2020, I vowed not to. Because… why? What was the point? What could I possibly reflect upon more than what I had already demanded of myself, or screamed into my own ears, or lie curled up in a ball worrying about? With the festive season safely behind us and both feet firmly planted into the new year – that’s 2021 in case you were wondering – it’s probably time to write the traumatic experience that was 2020, off of me, and to regain a sense of hope and even a sense of humour about it all. After all… aren’t people going through so much worse on any given day and what the hell do I have to be so sad about? Well. …