The promotion of the law on COVID-19 vaccine passports by Australian parliamentarians has been endorsed by a second parliamentarian. In other words, it may be officially introduced to the next member of parliament at the end of May.
Independent MP Craig Kelly announced on Saturday that his bill would be seconded by a Liberal Party member of Dawson George Kristensen.
Kelly commented at over 1,000 rallies in Sydney. The rally was held as part of a wide range of events called the Global Rally for Freedom, Peace and Human Rights.
“At this rally in Brisbane this morning. Dawson member and my best friend George Kristensen confirmed that he supported it,” Kelly said.
“But I need your help. I need you to get out there and talk to all your friends, your relatives, your acquaintances. Courage is contagious. Please, “he said.
“And I want you to call a member of parliament to support the bill,” he added. “These vaccine passports are just Big Pharma’s marketing gimmicks.”
Meanwhile, Christensen has launched a petition online to support pushes for vaccine passports.
“I divide Australians into those who have and those who do not, and vaccination passports, digital passports (labels) that deny work, deny services, or deny access to specific areas. I oppose any attempt to bring in (whatever). ” Website status..
Vaccine passport debate is in its infancy in Australia, with some entrepreneurs moving forward Setting Electronic service.
Meanwhile, the European Union is considering a “digital green pass” backed by countries such as Greece and Cyprus, which are heavily dependent on tourism.
However, the Australian Government has not guaranteed a passport. Instead, they choose to use their existing Australian vaccination registry to track vaccinated people.
Kelly models the bill under the April law passed under US Governor Ron DeSantis of Florida.
“Currently, there are 12 states in the United States that have introduced legislation banning these vaccine passports,” Kelly said. Sky news australia,
Florida law prohibits health authorities from issuing passports and requires businesses to present documents certifying that they have been vaccinated or have recovered from COVID-19. doing.
States that have transitioned to a passport ban by legislative or executive order include Arizona, Idaho, Iowa, Montana, Nebraska, Tennessee, and Texas.
New York became the first US state to launch a COVID-19 vaccine passport.