South Australia MP publicly opposes implicit mandatory vaccination | Freedom | Epoch Times

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[Epoch Times October 31, 2021](Epoch Times reporter Fang Junhua, Australia Adelaide, compiled and reported) South Australia Liberal Party Member Tony Pasin called himself a “pro-vaccine” faction, he recently stood up publicly against the hidden Means compulsory vaccination regulations, and require respect for personal freedom.

According to the “Advertiser” (The Advertiser), the Liberal MP Passing of the Barker constituency has already received two doses of Pfizer vaccine. He told the Federal Assembly that many companies and some state governments require employees to be vaccinated, otherwise they will be vaccinated. These people are forbidden to continue working. He condemned this “sneak” mandatory vaccination regulations, and believed that vaccination should be a personal choice and should not exclude those who refuse to be vaccinated.

Passing’s electorate comes from Renmark, Nuriootpa, Murray Bridge and Mount Gambier. He warned that the current society is increasingly two-tiered.

“With the normalization of Covid, people should not need to show their vaccination status just for daily life.” He said, “Except for aged care facilities or isolation, people should not have to be vaccinated to find a job or sit in a cafe. , Or watch your favorite sports team on the field.”

Passing said (it’s like) people who have not been vaccinated can also find work, as long as they are not engaged in elderly services.

“My family (from Italy) came to Australia to seek opportunities. These opportunities were only available in the free environment of Australia.” He said, “I hope that the post-epidemic society we return to will not violate these freedoms. And maintain an inclusive society, regardless of the individual’s vaccination status.”

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Passing said that people should have the freedom to choose and take personal responsibility for the consequences of these choices. “Let me be clear: I do not support mandatory vaccination, nor do I support mandatory vaccination in an invisible way.”

“…I agree to compulsory vaccination for those who work in the environment of the most vulnerable people (such as elderly care workers and staff in quarantine institutions), but extend this principle to other work areas and daily activities This step is too much.” He said, “I ask that, as a society, we stop and think about the consequences of the decision to force unwilling people to be vaccinated.”

The Governor of South Australia, Steven Marshall (Steven Marshall) has always stated that South Australia will not enforce vaccination, except for some special industries such as health care and police.

The South Australian police must have received the Covid-19 vaccine at least once before November 15 or they will be forced to take unpaid leave until they meet the requirements.

SA Health stipulates that if all employees want to continue working, they must be vaccinated before November 1. This includes ambulance personnel, medical staff, cleaners and administrative staff.

South Australia is experimenting with a vaccine passport, based on the mySA Gov QR code registration application, through a digital certificate called VaxCheck, which proves that someone has been fully vaccinated.

Editor in charge: Chen Ziyu

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