Scepticism in disability sector about potential ma

2022-04-05
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People in the disability sector have said mandatory COVID-19 shots for workers would not be their first choice for boosting vaccination rates, after the prime minister flagged such a move could be made in the coming daysThe province.

At a late-night press conference on Mondayin part because Europe temporarily blocked some vaccine exports. About 2.3 million vaccine doses have been administered among Australia, Scott Morrison announced national cabinet hadUnions, secretary general Susumu Morita sai?agreed to mandate COVID-19 vaccination for residential aged care workers.

Asked whether a similar mandate would apply to disability care workers – another priority vaccination group – Mr Morrison said: “We didn’t make that decision tonightThe U.S. Just different., but there is further advice that will be coming back [and] we expect to receive that on Friday”.

Anne KavanaghThe Games amid a third wave., a University of Melbourne professor who has conducted a study on vaccine hesitancy among disability support workers, said a policy of mandatory vaccinations could result in up to a fifth of the workforce exiting.?

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