New Business Directory Released Today for Vaxxed and Unvaxxed Customers


A new online directory has been launched in Australia today featuring companies that are eager to remain open to all customers, vaccinated or unvaccinated.

The volunteers behind the “Open For All” initiative have registered hundreds of companies in two weeks, pointing to strong support from customer service industries such as health and fitness, hair and beauty, trade, and B2B business providers.

“Vaccine passports are a legal, ethical, and logistical nightmare for business owners, so it’s not surprising that many are up and running,” said a member of the Open For All volunteer team in The Epoch Times. Said in the press release.

“For our economic recovery, it is important to include all Australians in the reopening of our country,” she said. “The Australian Commission on Human Rights also warns that vaccine passports can have a significant impact on privacy and autonomy, impartiality and discrimination.”

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Open For All sticker (included)

Customers will be able to access the directory above Open For All websiteParticipants will also receive a “Proudly Open For All” badge that will be displayed on the shop front and website.

“We have seen the UK government abolish the vaccine passport program in response to widespread opposition,” said OpenForAll. “If enough companies, consumers and politicians are up and running, we have the opportunity to do the same here.”

Open For All says the campaign is free.

Started shortly after the New South Wales (NSW) government became the first Australian jurisdiction to set a roadmap (including vaccination targets) to break the reliance on blockades to contain the outbreak of COVID-19. it was done.

For the past year, New South Wales Prime Minister Gladys Beregikrian has been the leader of all Australian states and territories to use strict health restrictions to easily address COVID-19. I was reluctant. However, the July outbreak of the Delta Variant in Greater Sydney changed this position. The Victoria State Government has also shifted its official position from containment to learning to live with the virus.

Both states have introduced a roadmap outlining the gradual opening of the states, including the “freedom” of fully vaccinated individuals after 70% and 80% of the population has been vaccinated. This will open businesses such as beauty salons, gyms, restaurants and places of worship.

The NSW State Government publishes a digital vaccination certificate or passport through the Service NSW app. However, the enforcement and fine procedures have not yet been finalized.

Customer Service Minister Victor Dominero said that individuals are responsible for complying with public health orders, not businesses.

“If people want to do the wrong thing, as I said, if they are found, it could be prison time there,” he told ABC on September 27. board member. If you have escalation, please contact the authorities. “

Meanwhile, Sam Kennard, CEO of Kennards Storage, one of Australia’s largest storage businesses, said his company will be listed on Open For All.

“Most people who want vaccination but prefer to resist the vaccine passport. Some people may not like vaccination. Participation in Open for All is against government control attempts. It’s a backlash, “he told The Epoch Times.

“Vaccine passports put the population on slippery slopes of increasing government surveillance, invasion, and surveillance of our lives. Would you like to do facial recognition check-in? Geotracking? And finally Is it a social credit score? ”He added.

“On such platforms, it is easy to imagine that controls will be added in stages and freedom will be gradually lost. Of course, in terms of health advice and safety, for our own best interests. That is all wrapped up in spin. “

Daniel Y. Ten