Australia’s fascist regime continues to inflict disgusting COVID tyranny.
But today’s news comes from the Northern Territory (NT).
The sparsely populated region announced the world’s strictest COVID-19 jab mandate.
NT residents with a job that involves interaction with members of the public must receive the experimental COVID-19 jab.
That includes retail, supermarkets, hospitality, and many others.
Those who don’t comply face a fine of $5,000.
November 13th is the deadline to receive at least one dose.
Watch the announcement below:
NEW – Australia's Northern Territory imposes the strictest vaccine mandate in the world. Those who don't comply by Nov. 13 will be fined $5,000.pic.twitter.com/uAKCKIkUei
— Disclose.tv (@disclosetv) October 13, 2021
— The Resistance 1776 (@1776_resistance) October 13, 2021
Shopworkers, tourist guides and barbers are among dozens of groups who must get Covid-19 shots to work in Australia's Northern Territory, officials announced, unveiling one of the world's most far-reaching vaccine mandates https://t.co/KJlpY3I0jT
— H24 News Ireland (@h24news_ie) October 13, 2021
Australia’s Northern Territory sets broad jab-for-job Covid-19 vaccine mandate for public service workers https://t.co/XgHXvDPXt8
— NCMOULY (@NCMOULY4) October 13, 2021
Forget North Korea… welcome to Northern Territory
They better pray these vaccines are 100% safe.
Their day of reckoning will arrive.https://t.co/XI7VgVfV1J
— The Roller 🇦🇺 🇮🇹 (@Corleone_Roller) October 13, 2021
Essential workers in the Northern Territory will be subject to one of the strictest Covid-19 vaccination mandates in the world to begin in just a month.
Chief Minister Michael Gunner said employees who interacted with the public needed to get least one Covid-19 jab by November 13 or they wouldn’t be allowed back to work and faced a $5000 fine.
The new directions apply to:
- Employees at all jobs that involve interacting with members of the public. For example: hospitality, banking, retail, supermarket, receptionists, hairdressers and beauty therapists
- Workers who come into direct contact with people at risk of severe illness from Covid-19, like Aboriginal people or those who can’t be vaccinated
- Employees who work in a high-risk setting where there is a known risk of Covid-19 transmission or outbreak
- People who perform work in essential infrastructure, food or essential good security or supply, or logistics
The direction also includes a provision that mandates booster shots for those workers in the future.
Employers will be allowed to request proof of vaccination of staff and will be required to keep a register of the vaccination status of all employees.
Some exemptions will be available to those who have legitimate reasons not to be vaccinated. It must be supported by medical evidence.
RT weighed in:
Spanning an area roughly the size of Spain, Italy and France combined, the region has fully vaccinated 65% of its population. Gunner, however, said “an even spread” of vaccination was needed throughout the territory, referring to the lower inoculation uptake among Aboriginal and other remote communities.
The Northern Territory, home to major city Darwin, has weathered the pandemic remarkably well, registering just over 200 cases. The area’s chief, however, admitted this may not last: “One day, perhaps one day soon, it will be here and it will stay here.”
Other regions of Australia have imposed vaccine mandates on certain sectors. The premier of Victoria, Daniel Andrews, declared at the start of October that all residents in the southerly state working in occupations such as retail, law, media and professional sports must come forward and be double-jabbed by November 26. People employed in healthcare, education and construction already had the vaccine mandate thrust upon them.
The announcement of the jab requirement for construction workers spurred mass protests that turned violent in the regional capital of Melbourne in September.
The question that remains is will NT residents comply with the mandate or go on strike?
Will NT Aussies attempt the same action?