Australian paramedics suspended after appearing in court on behalf of vaccines


A New South Wales (NSW) paramedic who filed a legal objection to the state government over vaccination obligations was immediately suspended.

John Latter, a veteran emergency medical officer and deputy mayor of the Snowy Valley Council, challenges a public health order requiring the first and second doses of the vaccine by September 30. He has filed a proceeding against Health Minister Blood Hazard. By November 30th.

In the video posted to him Telegram accountLatter revealed that the judge was called to meet with the Paramedicine Council in New South Wales on September 17, the same day he first heard the proceedings.

He said he was trying to move the hearing date in preparation, but this was not allowed.

“So I went there virtually without a legal agent. Two and a half hours later, after being burned by them, today I wrote a letter informing them that I was immediately stopped as an ambulance. I received it from, “he said.

“I hope these people are very proud of themselves. The fact that they were taken off the road to another paramedic with a lot of experience, I hope they are very happy, “he said.

“It’s a very good result. It’s a very good result for the community and Blood Hazard, and [NSW Premier] Gladys Berejikrian. “

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New South Wales Minister of Health Brad Hazzard and Chief Health Officer Dr. Kerry Chant will speak at a press conference in Sydney, Australia, on July 1, 2020. (Lisa Marie Williams / Getty Images)

“What’s happening is an absolute shame. I can’t believe this is happening in New South Wales. It’s no wonder these nurses, doctors, other medical professionals, and police don’t say it. No wonder. See what happens. It will be stopped. “

Latter vowed to fight the suspension.

The New South Wales Paramedicine Council has confirmed with the Epoch Times that Latter has been suspended as of September 20, and may appeal the decision whenever the Council reassesses his situation. He said he could.

“The council’s most important duty is to protect the public by ensuring that emergency care is carried out safely and in accordance with the professional standards expected by the community,” said a spokesman.

The council said it was unable to disclose the reason for the suspension to the Epoch Times under the confidentiality clause of the law.

Healthcare Worker Regulations Under Section 150 of National Law (NSW) (Law), you have the authority to suspend or impose conditions on the registration of health care workers “for the protection of public health or safety”.

The Australian Healthcare Workers Regulatory Authority (AHPRA), the country’s highest accreditation body for health care workers, has received complaints about health professionals “failing to meet their Code of Conduct obligations” and violating COVID. I confirmed this earlier in the Epoch Times. -19 medical health guidelines.

AHPRA said it had received complaints about health care workers claiming views that were contrary to public health advice (there is no evidence to support those views). Prescribe non-evidence-based treatment without proper disclosure of risks and benefits. Violated (and fined) public health orders for not being socially distant, not wearing masks, or complying with health restrictions.

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Healthcare workers remove stretchers from an ambulance at a Hardy Aged Nursing Home facility in Summer Hill, a suburb of Sydney, Australia, on August 2, 2021 (Saed Khan / AFP via Getty Images).

“Experience shows that most practitioners will be able to modify and comply with their behavior if concerns are raised directly,” a spokesman told The Epoch Times.

“In a few cases, national committees may take action to ensure that the actions of practitioners do not endanger the public.”

Larter’s proceedings follow that Sydney-based anesthesiologist Dr. Paul Oosterhuis was suspended in early September for complaints about social media activities.

“Social media posts I’m facing a medical committee hearing include early treatment and prevention for COVID-19, evidence of government measures such as blockades and PCR tests, and evidence of analysis of the risks and benefits of COVID. We talked about the issue. 19 vaccines, “he wrote in his petition. COVID Ethics Doctor..

Oosterhuis will sue for his suspension.

Meanwhile, Latter’s Vaccine Obligation Legal Measures is the third legal action directed at NSW health authorities who challenge the state’s response to COVID-19, including vaccine obligations and health restrictions. Make up a “wave”.

Larter has already launched an online fundraising campaign to cover legal costs Raise $ 104,228 As of September 21st.

“I am fighting for this because I strongly believe that I should not be discriminated against because of my medical condition and should not be excluded from the workplace because of that medical condition under any circumstances. “His GoFundMe page states.

Daniel Y. Ten