This week, a study was released that showed that Covid restrictions had ‘little to no effect’ on mortality, only reducing Covid deaths by 0.2. Despite this, the de facto apartheid regime against the unvaccinated continues along with other harsh restrictions for all citizens. Extreme vaccine passport restrictions took place starting today in Western Australia. The passports allow vaccinated people to visit their family, but prevent the unvaccinated from seeing their family in hospitals unless the family member is terminal. The Daily Mail Reports–
“Unvaccinated parents will be banned from seeing their own sick children unless they get a special exemption under draconian new measures being drawn up by Mark McGowan.
The Western Australia premier, who has proudly touted his state will have the ‘broadest’ vaccine passport rules in the country, is bringing in tough new rules on January 31.
The hospital visitation plan would see only those with exemptions from the vaccine to be allowed to visit hospitals – including to see their own kids.
Mr McGowan has promised to make life ‘very hard’ for those who refuse the jab, and has further ostracised himself from the rest of the country by extending the state’s closed borders beyond the February 5 re-opening date he had promised.
The state’s chief health officer said what were deemed ‘high-risk settings’ would be the focus for the government going forward as they look to clamp down on the potential spread of Omicron.
This includes hospitals and aged care homes, and while it doesn’t stop unvaccinated people seeking treatment or being in such a facility, it does mean they can’t visit friends or relatives.
‘Entry into a hospital or RACF by unvaccinated individuals (in those jurisdictions) is prohibited unless an exemption is in place or permitted under compassionate grounds, such as visiting a family member during the terminal phase of their life,’ Dr Andy Robertson wrote in the new health advice.”
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