2021: Mandating vaccines like this, like they’re doing in France to enable them to open up, is a very sensible approach.
2022: Federal government is paying compensation to hundreds of Australians who have vaccine injuries from the COVID jab.
2021: If you’re a customer going into a store, you want to know that the people working there are vaccinated.
2022: Some of the COVID injuries include life-altering heart inflammation.
2021: If you’re in a restaurant, you want to know that the people sitting alongside you breathing in the same air as you have also been vaccinated.
2022: …damaged capillaries and autoimmune disorders.
2021: And I hope my company, Newscorp, mandates vaccines for employees.
2022: There are also thousands who’ve applied for compensation and are waiting to hear back. Joining me now to discuss this former Deputy Chief Medical Officer, Dr Nick Coatsworth. Nick, great to see you.
2021: I suspect the majority of Australians will get vaccinated and there will be a strong public view that those who choose not to get vaccinated, need to, um, ah, there needs be some sort of incentive, stick, perhaps, through the current programs including “no jab, no pay.”
2023: and we need to crack on and get those (vaccine injury) claims assessed. There’s no reason in 2023 that we shouldn’t have that all done.
2023: Yeah, and there are thousands who say that they are waiting to hear whether their request for compensation has been approved.
2021: Mandating vaccines is a very sensible approach.