When HIV was running rampant there was NO Apartheid, NO GOVERNMENT DISCRIMINATION BUT with the China virus there is GOVERNMENT discrimination between those sheep who get vaccinated and those who do not! The New South Wales ‘Premier Gladys Berejiklian has said those who haven’t received the jab may not enjoy extra freedoms even when the state hits 80 per cent double vaccination.
In NSW, 46.2 per cent of the population has received two vaccine doses, with restrictions to ease significantly for vaccinated residents at 70 per cent.
However, Ms Berejiklian said unvaccinated people could still be living with tough restrictions even when 80 per cent double vaccination milestone is reached.
“Don’t assume that at 80 per cent double-dose vaccination that unvaccinated people are are going to have all those freedoms. I want to make that point very clear,” she said.
“The government is yet to finalise its plans in relation to what happens at 80% double dose. Our key message is – come forward and get vaccinated because once we start opening up at 70 per cent double-dose vaccination, the higher the rate of adult coverage, of people 16 and over, that are vaccinated, the better it is for all of us.”
Ms Berejiklian said it was everyone’s choice whether to get vaccinated, but warned those who choose not to get the jab “not to expect to do everything that vaccinated people do even when we hit 80 per cent”.
“I don’t want people to think they can sit back, let everybody else do the hard work and then turn up when it’s 80 per cent and get everything else that vaccinated people are. That’s not the right message,” she said.
“I want to say it clearly – that if you’re not vaccinated, you will not have the freedom or the freedoms that vaccinated people have even when we get to 80 per cent double dose.”
Ms Berejiklian said private businesses could also make the decision not to open to unvaccinated Australians.
The Premier’s warning follows comments from Deputy Premier John Barilaro that unvaccinated residents would have to wait up to four weeks after the state reaches that 80 per cent goal before they will see eased restrictions.
“There will be businesses that don’t like the idea [of mandatory vaccines] but the 70 per cent road map gives us an opportunity to open up the economy and lift restrictions,” Mr Barilaro told 2GB radio on Monday.
“If they don’t want to do it that’s fine, you might have to wait another three to four weeks after that when we get to 80 per cent and above. I apologise for that but it will only be a three to four weeks of short inconvenience.
“According to the national road map and to the Doherty Institute report, we’ll go and then lift further restrictions including for the unvaccinated.”‘https://www.news.com.au/world/coronavirus/australia/live-breaking-newsnsw-braces-for-pandemics-peak/live-coverage/6629997d8ba2dfe573741b00186cabba