Former Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has called for a mandatory vaccination passport to increase vaccination coverage across Australia.
Talk about ABC Radio On Monday, Turnbull said the Australian government needed to be more strict about vaccines and couldn’t force people to vaccinate, but Australia said, “There are some things you can’t do otherwise. That needs to be very clear. ” Do not get vaccinated. “
“We are not safe until everyone is safe,” Turnbull said, noting that the country also needs strong records of vaccination status.
“I know people say this is tough. It’s a non-libertarian … but if you want to work in elderly care, if you want to fly, if you want to go to the cinema. He has the right to say, “If you’re not vaccinated, you can’t do that,” he said, only to protect the rest of the community.
He cited the success of the Union’s “no jab, no pay” policy as an example of how vulnerable members of an unvaccinated baby-like community were protected by government policy.
This was carried out in Australia in 2015 under his leadership and expanded in 2018. Basically, this policy stops parents from benefiting from childcare subsidies, childcare placements, and tax incentives if their children are not vaccinated.
Turnbull advocates a vaccine passport as part of its role as Co-Chair of the Resilience Reform Commission (R4R Commission). -Friendly regulations to address issues such as biosecurity and financial resilience.
“COVID is a warning to the world, and our underinvestment in the health of the world’s population is an urgent systematic threat to world prosperity as well as the global financial crisis and climate change, and world leaders. Must take advantage of the next G7 Summit (June 11-13, in the UK in 2021) to establish the first truly integrated approach to post-pandemic world health, economy and environment Similar to Breton Woods’ argument, which shaped global financial cooperation at the end of World War II. Press Release (pdf) June 5th.
However, the first agenda is to ensure that the world is vaccinated against COVID-19, Turnbull said. “It must be a top priority.”
Is R4R Committee We believe that the wealthiest countries in the world should prioritize ensuring the worldwide distribution of vaccines. They also urge countries to create a global framework for sharing pandemic and biosecurity risk data.
When asked by RN Breakfast moderator Hamish MacDonald, the former Prime Minister said China should be included in the data sharing framework.
“We all have a vested interest in each other’s health,” he said. “We need to ensure that information is immediately disseminated around the world as soon as a virus emerges or signs of a new virus appear.”
The pandemic is a warning, Turnbull added, noting that the world needs to learn lessons from the pandemic and protect itself from future pandemics and biosecurity risks.
“We need to make sure we don’t waste this crisis,” he said.