Wednesday, October 20, 2021

MP receives 2,000 inquiries in 2 weeks on compulsory vaccination

A member of parliament in the Australian state of Queensland has received more than 2,000 inquiries over the past two weeks, including from nurses, miners and even police officers, arriving with concerns over mandatory vaccination policies.

George Christensen, a federal member of Dawson and a staunch critic of mandatory vaccinations, said his office received inquiries from individuals who said they could eliminate their roles because of “no jab, no job” policies.

“I have some questions from the construction sector, but also within the public sector. I have personally contacted police officers in New South Wales with their voters, saying that disciplinary action is being taken against them, as well. Later suspension too. I have contacted nurses, who are likely to be taken out of the Queensland health complex on Friday (October 1),” he told The Epoch Times.

“I have miners who have expressed concern that some large corporations are indicating that they are going to meet mandatory vaccination requirements for their workers,” he said.

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Students wait to receive the Pfizer vaccine for COVID-19 at Kudos Arena on August 9, 2021 in Sydney, Australia (Dean Levins-Pool/Getty Images)

“Many of these people feel like they have been left in the lurch because their unions don’t stand up for them and have insisted that getting vaccinated is for the greater good.”

However, he noted that there are labor unions that were reluctant to vaccinate, including the Nurse Professional Association of Queensland, as well as some transport, teaching and medical unions.

Christensen has received heavy criticism, especially on social media platforms such as Telegram, for taking a tough stand against mandatory vaccinations and other public health restrictions.

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National Party MP Darren Chester, who recently decided to “take a break” from politics, including opting out of party room meetings, said he believes outspoken lawmakers such as party leader Christensen and Senator Matt Canavan were not doing enough to rein in.

“My decision comes after several months of despair, coupled with the repeated failure of leadership to attempt to control some of the more outrageous and offensive views expressed by a minority of allies,” he said. said. statement on twitter.

National leader Barnaby Joyce said he did not plan to “muzzle George Christensen”, adding that he was a free man and could “say whatever he liked”.

In July, the national cabinet—which included state and territory leaders—agreed on a national roadmap to begin easing health restrictions across the country. However, opening up the country is dedicated to vaccinating most of its population in each jurisdiction.

This has prompted state leaders and business leaders in New South Wales and Victoria to encourage vaccination rates.

However, the move has left people reluctant to get the vaccine – some with real health concerns – facing the prospect of unemployment.

As a result, the NSW government is currently battling several simultaneous lawsuits regarding vaccine mandates and health restrictions.

Daniel Y.  tango



This News Originally From – The Epoch Times

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