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The unvaccinated v Chris Hipkins

Michael Andrew
Tue, 23 Nov 2021

The unvaccinated v Chris Hipkins
The minister for covid-19 response, Chris Hipkins. (Image: Getty)
Michael Andrew
Tue, 23 Nov 2021
The honourable minister for the covid-19 response is a regular fixture in court these days, as more unvaccinated workers take legal action against the vaccine mandates that caused them to lose their jobs.In fact, as the unvaccinated unemployed subclass continues to swell and the challenges against Chris Hipkins multiply, it’s proving hard to distinguish one case from the other – or the arcane legal arguments that each raise.From Bill of Rights breaches to vaccine efficacy disputes to the interpretation of the esoteric parlance of ai...

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