Covid-19 Australia: midwife student refuses vaccine as she is 'pro-choice'

Covid-19 Australia: midwife student refuses vaccine as she is 'pro-choice'
Covid-19 Australia: midwife student refuses vaccine as she is 'pro-choice'
Nursing student is 'heartbroken' that it's mandatory for her to get a Covid vaccination to continue working and admits she'll QUIT before that happens - despite insisting she's not an 'anti-vaxxer' Nursing student refused to get Covid-19 vaccine insisting they are not anti-vax The wannabe-midwife said her decision was based on her 'pro-choice' stance She was due to begin placement at a hospital but was told she required vaccine 

A nursing student who insists she is not an anti-vaxxer says she will refuse to get the Covid-19 vaccine even if it means quitting her job.

The Queensland woman, who has been studying for two years to become a midwife, claims her decision to not get the vaccine was made because she is 'pro-choice.'  

'I am NOT anti-vax,' she wrote in an Instagram post on Thursday.

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'My children are vaccinated, I received the mandatory vaccinations prior to commencing my degree (and Covid-19 was not listed as one of them).

'I am pro-choice. I believe that we, as human beings, should have the right to choose what enters our body.' 

Her refusal comes as the federal government attempts to ramp up its vaccine rollout and make it mandatory for aged care and quarantine workers to be vaccinated.

Health chiefs have continuously explained that unless the vaccination rate picks up, particularly among those working with vulnerable Australians, continued lockdowns and border closures may be unavoidable. 

A nursing student who insists she is not an anti-vaxxer says she will refuse to get the Covid-19 vaccine even if it means quitting her job

A nursing student who insists she is not an anti-vaxxer says she will refuse to get the Covid-19 vaccine even if it means quitting her job

The woman, who has been studying for two years to become a midwife, claims her decision to not get the vaccine was made because she is 'pro-choice'

The woman, who has been studying for two years to become a midwife, claims her decision to not get the vaccine was made because she is 'pro-choice'

The wannabe-midwife said she was about to begin her placement at a hospital when she was informed she would only be allowed to proceed if she was fully-vaccinated. 

'Unless I agree to the vaccination, the last two and a

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