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Bill gives new powers to bar the unvaccinated

Ian Llewellyn
Tue, 23 Nov 2021

Bill gives new powers to bar the unvaccinated
No vax certificate will mean people can be barred from entering places and fired from work. (Image; Getty)
Ian Llewellyn
Tue, 23 Nov 2021
Legislation to bring into force the covid-19 'traffic light’ system includes wide-ranging regulatory powers to bar the unvaccinated from some work and other places.These specifically include barring a person from entering a place if they can not prove they are vaccinated.The COVID-19 Response (Vaccinations) Legislation Bill will also allow an employer to give an employee four weeks paid notice if the work requires vaccination but they are unvaccinated.The bill is one of two covid related pieces of legislation to be introduced on Tuesd...

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