A protester holds a sign reading “Liberty” during a protest in Bayonne, southwestern France, Saturday Aug. 7, 2021. Thousands of people are marching in Paris and other French cities during a forth consecutive week of protests against COVID-19 entrance requirements. The demonstrations on Saturday come days after France’s Constitutional Council upheld most provisions of a new law that expands the locations where health passes are needed. (AP Photo/Bob Edme)
PARIS — Thousands of people marched in Paris and other French cities Saturday for a fourth consecutive week of protests against the COVID-19 health passes that everyone in the country will need shortly to enter cafes, trains and other venues.