NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian has released a statement last Monday, encouraging businesses to enforce a “No Jab, No Entry” policy. This policy will allow business owners to prevent patrons from entry if they aren’t vaccinated. This received mixed reception to the public as some think it’s not fair nor not necessary while some say it’s a good idea.
The Labor Opposition told The Wire that while they encourage volunteer vaccinations, they think the Premier jumped the gun as the vaccine hasn’t been approved by the Therapeutic Goods Administration and want to make sure that all Australians have access to the vaccine through the public health system.
Is “No jab, No entry” necessary or should more information about the vaccine be released to the public before making such policy?
Erielle Sudario has the story.