Truth Day Letters to Your Elected Members
By Vaccine Choice Australia
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OUR CURRENT TRUTH DAY QUESTION (24 August 2021):
Western Australian Premier Mark McGowan has made it mandatory for travellers entering Western Australia from New South Wales to show proof that they have had at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine.
Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk has made it a requirement for essential workers who need to cross into Queensland from New South Wales to be vaccinated.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison has publicly supported these measures by stating that he thinks it is “very consistent with what the national plan is seeking to achieve”.
As my elected Member of Parliament, do you support such measures that removes the basic human right of freedom of travel should a person choose not to be vaccinated or cannot be vaccinated?
I urgently request that you support Craig Kelly’s ‘No Domestic Vaccine Passport’ Bill should it be debated in parliament. Will you stand with your fellow Members of Parliament who have publicly opposed domestic vaccine passports?
If you choose not to support the basic human rights of the Australian people, will you resign from your position as a Member of Parliament?
Original Source: https://www.vaccinechoiceaustralia.com.au/current-mp-letters.html