Queensland (QLD) Australians have deliberately spit or coughed retailers who are only allowed access to various locations since December 17th, when only fully vaccinated people are allowed to enter various places. You will be fined if you sneeze or sneeze.
It will take a little over a week for Queensland’s new public health decree to come into effect on December 17, and state health minister Yvette D’Ath will require which companies to be vaccinated with the COVID-19 vaccine. This is because it explains the rules of. Workers and patrons.
After the deadline, various companies will be able to trade at 100% capacity, but all patrons must be fully vaccinated.
The COVID-19 vaccine obligation applies to hotels (including hostels, backpackers and dormitories), pubs, clubs, taverns, bars, restaurants (including fast food) and cafes.
In addition, the ban extends to nightclubs, live music and karaoke bars, concerts, theaters or cinemas, casinos, sports stadiums and theme parks.
Unvaccinated people are also denied admission to government agencies, including music festivals, sports centers, swimming pools, events such as marathons, universities, TAFEs, and libraries.
Weddings and funerals can be attended by both vaccinated and unvaccinated people, but there is a 20-person limit for unvaccinated people. If those opportunities are open only to fully vaccinated people, there is no limit.
Basic services will continue to be available for access by both unvaccinated and vaccinated people. This includes supermarkets, public transport, worship halls and funerals.
I was asked “Why public transportation?” Well, this is essential. People need to be able to go to a doctor’s appointment, they need to be able to travel to work, so it’s important that everyone is eligible for public transport, “D’Ath said. I told reporters on Tuesday.
“But if you’re on public transport and it’s crowded, it’s a good idea to wear a mask or keep a social distance. Of course, hygiene is good. , Measures that can be taken to strengthen protection. “
The Queensland Government has stepped up a “kindness” campaign to encourage people not to treat retail workers aggressively if they are denied entry due to vaccination status. intend to do something.
It is up to the individual company to confirm vaccination evidence from staff, guests and patrons. The state will provide companies with a sign with a large green scale to warn customers that they must indicate the status of the vaccine.
Regular customers can use the Check In Qld app, or a printed or digital certificate to prove their vaccination status.
Di Farmer, Queensland’s Minister of Employment and Small Business, said retailers would be penalized for deliberately spitting, coughing or sneezing under the new Health Directive.
“It’s their job (retail workers) to uphold the Public Health Directive, and we’re actually going to run a” kind “campaign that tells people to” treat everyone properly. ” She said.
“If you choose not to be vaccinated, it’s your decision. But it’s not your right to simply abuse people who are trying to do their job, so I recommend all Queenslanders. Please be kind to these workers. “
Farmer said the state will offer free short-term courses to show people how to “escalate offensive patrons.”
“If you decide to enter the business when you have already confirmed that the door has a green scale and have not been vaccinated, we offer training, which is a very short training course compiled by TAFE. Escalate behavior.
“We put together a similar course when COVID first hit. Since then, more than 250,000 people have completed that course.”
The December 17 deadline also means that vaccination proof is required to visit hospitals and elderly housing with care. However, this does not apply to residents and patients, with some exceptions for treatment, end-of-life visits, childbirth, and emergencies.