September 5, 2021

Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews has sent a clear message as to what the future of the economy looks like in the state, saying proof of double vaccination will now be the price of entry.

Key points:

The Victorian government will trial increased freedoms for double vaccinated residents

Victorian businesses have thrown their support behind a ‘vaccine passport’ scheme

The Moonee Valley Racing Club will make vaccination compulsory for those wishing to attend the Cox Plate Carnival


“There is going to be a vaccinated economy, and you get to participate in that if you are vaccinated,” Mr Andrews said.

“We’re going to move to a situation where, to protect the health system, we are going to lock out people who are not vaccinated and can be,” Mr Andrews said.

The government says it is in the process of developing an industry pilot program to trial the viability of a vaccine economy, where more events, facilities and services are open to people who have received two doses of a COVID-19 vaccine.

“The economy, as best it can, will operate as close to normal as possible to people who have had two doses,” Mr Andrews said.

No further details about the pilot program have as yet been revealed.

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  1. Recently a FALSE outrage over comparing vaxx mandates & rendering UNVAXXED to the category of “non-persons” to The European Holocaust during rallies & protests in several Western countries:

    In score & magnitude this’s the attempt(& possible beginning) of something FAR worse, & the protestations against historical comparisons actually confirms this

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