No Jab, No Job: The next step of the vaccination debate? | Opinion


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Earlier this year, the Australian government released a directive requiring all staff in “high-risk workplaces” to provide information on their flu vaccination status, including restricting access to work in certain areas for those who refuse to comply.

The move is the latest example in a trend that has seen both public and private sectors introduce policies requiring vaccinations for work, leaving many concerned that immunisation may soon become a mandatory requirement for all employment.

Given increased media propaganda surrounding the topic, could the pro-vaccine lobby and their desire for mandatory vaccination in Australia soon expand to encompass all workplaces? Ethan Nash explores the next step of the vaccination debate.


Believe it or not, there is no universal requirement across Australia that staff in workplaces be vaccinated against infectious diseases, either for their own protection or the…

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3 Comments on “No Jab, No Job: The next step of the vaccination debate? | Opinion”

  1. VIk
    December 4, 2018 at 9:42 pm #

    Yes. A very troubling development along with encryption backdoors being rushed through legislator. There will come a time when our children will regret we did this with such abandon apathy.

  2. December 5, 2018 at 6:19 am #

    Agree with Vlk above. Future generations will look back upon us and curse us.

  3. Benson
    December 5, 2018 at 10:00 pm #

    This is more than troubling. This is the slow death of our freedoms. I am not sure there will be future generations if Bill Gates and his friends spray the air with chalk to stop ‘global warming’ BS. And if there are any future generations they won’t care because most people do not care about liberty as most people are only interested in day to day mundane machinations. They are sheep following the pied pipers of politics, big pharma and media propaganda. Free thinking and critical thinking is almost dead. I really do not see any hope from any future generations nor any hope for the future . It is all too late because those 30 and over are apathetic and impotent followers and those under 30 believe in socialism and for whom questioning and speaking out are way too far out of their comfort zones.

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