Covid – Vaccine Mandate: A ‘Flavor of Civil War’ In The French Caribbean Island of Guadeloupe


The two weeks of violent protests against COVID-19 restrictions in the Caribbean island of Guadeloupe have resulted in vehicles and buildings being torched and scores of people sustaining injuries. The damage remained visible today, the second week of a general strike in the French territory of roughly 400,000 people over COVID-19 restrictions. The unrest erupted last week over COVID-19 curbs imposed by Paris, including the mandatory vaccination of health workers and health pass rules, but it has also revealed a deeper discontent over the relationship between some overseas territories and metropolitan France.  Streets were unusually quiet in Pointe-a-Pitre on…

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