Unvaccinated will have ‘miserable, very lonely life,’ top Australian doc warns — Analysis
Queensland’s head of the Australian Medical Association has warned those who reject anti-Covid vaccine that they will not be able to receive their money back and may face fraud charges.
“You will not be able to live a happy life if you aren’t vaccinated. You won’t be able to hide,” Dr. Chris Perry said this week, while speaking to Channel 9 television network in Australia.
He was discussing with the president of Queensland’s medical association how to prevent Queenslanders from being required to vaccinate. Calling those who have decided against vaccination “crazy,” he said, “There’s a whole pile of issues, a whole pile of problems if you try and get around the system.”
“It’s going to be very hard to maintain your employment if you’re not vaccinated and you won’t be able to go anywhere for any entertainment.” AMA. He says that Australians who reject the jab would live a lonely existence. pic.twitter.com/UZwawpnQaK
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Even those who have an exemption from mandatory vaccination will face difficulties, as they “won’t be able to get a doctor to sign [that] off,” Perry said during his speech, warning clinicians of possible fines for deciding to exclude someone from the jab. “Patients who lie can face fraud charges,” he added.
The Queensland government has announced that it will extend coronavirus vaccine mandates to all healthcare workers. The deadline for people to be double-jabbed is December 15, and they must present evidence to allow them to carry on their normal private lives.
“You won’t be able to go anywhere for any entertainment,” Perry told viewers, pointing out that proof of a person being fully vaccinated will be needed to go “into most venues.” To those who don’t have a certificate, he said,
It will be lonely.
For Queenslanders who have breached pandemic-related orders, fines up to AU$1,378 were announced. Businesses are advised to contact the police if they suspect a breach. “Bars and clubs will need to check if people have been vaccinated before they are allowed to allow them in. Otherwise, their business may collapse.,” according to the medical chief.
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Australia is home to some of most restrictive Covid-related regulations in the world. The country has recorded 188,000 cases from a total of 252,000,000 people worldwide. Some of its citizens are subject to the strictest and longest lockdowns. There is also a mandate for vaccines in some areas.
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