Jean-Michel Blanquer goes to sport and the holidays maintained, for the moment. Back to the political news of Tuesday, February 2, 2021.
Jean-Michel Blanquer promotes 30 minutes of sport per day at school
The Minister of National Education, Jean-Michel Blanquer showed the example on Tuesday February 2, 2021. To promote 30 minutes of physical activity per day at school, the Minister played and participated in training daily life of students in a Parisian school.
The video of Jean-Michel Blanquer in costume, with his coat, mask and fogged glasses, jumping on the spot, doing boxing moves, in the schoolyard, quickly went viral and was picked up by Internet users who added music or even strobe effects giving the impression that the Minister of National Education was dancing in a nightclub.
The French will be able to go on vacation … for now
A few days before the zone A holidays, the question arises ” Can we go on vacation? “. So abroad and in the overseas departments and territories, this will not be possible but inter-regional travel is still authorized… for the moment.
The Secretary of State for Tourism, Jean-Baptiste Lemoyne, confirmed this at the microphone of BFM : ” For now, the French can leave “. A ” for the moment Which does not guarantee that the holidays will be maintained. “Si at one point there is a runaway “Epidemic, new restrictive measures could be implemented, warns the Secretary of State.
The government delays the renewal of Anticor’s accreditation
The anti-corruption association Anticor is still awaiting approval. The decision to renew for three years the precious sesame which allows the association to bring civil action in corruption cases, initially scheduled for February 2, was rejected by Matignon. The new date has been set for February 10, 2021.
A postponement that risks slowing down the actions of the association according to its president Elise Van Beneden who estimates in an interview given to Release than ” the government is still not fighting the real fights “.
Frédérique Vidal announces the release of ” psy checks ” for students
The Minister of Higher Education and Research, Frédérique Vidal announced that universities should have implemented, from Monday February 1, checks for psychological support, called “psy checks”. These checks should allow students to be psychologically supported without having to advance the costs.
At the microphone of BFMTV, the minister explains how these ” psy checks “. ” You have to start by going to see either a general practitioner within the university health service, or a doctor appearing on a list of doctors with whom the health services have signed agreements, then you choose from a list of psychologists who have accepted. “. Students are then entitled to three 45-minute sessions.