The French government is set to make it official that mothers should not have to wear face masks while giving birth, a leaked document has revealed. In a draft press release dated November 2, obtained by Real Press, the French Minister Delegate for Gender Equality, Diversity and Equal Opportunities, Elisabeth Moreno, and the Secretary of State for Child Protection Adrien Taquet have said that ‘wearing a mask cannot be imposed on the expectant mother.’ While the document is still a draft, it seems to indicate the French government is about to side with pressure groups and expectant mothers who have been calling for a clear position on the matter. In September, France’s National College of French Gynaecologists and Obstetricians (CNGOF) said that women should wear face masks while giving birth. But campaigners have been sharing their stories of distress in the media to protest against the rule, including one mother who claimed her face covering had to be replaced with an oxygen mask during a C-section after her blood pressure dropped. A leaked draft document written by the French government reveals that the French Minister Delegate for Gender Equality, Diversity and Equal Opportunities, Elisabeth Moreno, and the Secretary of State… Read full this story
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