Covid-19 Australia: Politician argues Australians who refuse the jab be banned ...

Covid-19 Australia: Politician argues Australians who refuse the jab be banned ...
Covid-19 Australia: Politician argues Australians who refuse the jab be banned ...

Australians who refuse to get the Covid vaccine should be excluded from public life and even banned from leaving their homes, according to one South Australian politician.

Upper House politician Frank Pangallo, from the SA-Best party, has called for coronavirus vaccinations to be made compulsory with proof of the jab carried in a 'vaxport'. 

Mr Pangallo said the document would make it an easy task for authorities to immediately and efficiently determine if a resident had received the jab. 

He proposed it be made compulsory for a person to be vaccinated to travel, go to work and enter public or hospitality venues including pubs and restaurants.

A politician in South Australia has called for the introduction of 'vaxxports' to allow people to go to pubs, shops and restaurants only if they've got a Covid vaccine (pictured, locked down Fairfield in Sydney's south-west on Sunday)

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A politician in South Australia has called for the introduction of 'vaxxports' to allow people to go to pubs, shops and restaurants only if they've got a Covid vaccine (pictured, locked down Fairfield in Sydney's south-west on Sunday)

SA-Best Upper House politician Frank Pangallo (pictured) has called for coronavirus vaccinations to be made compulsory with proof of the jab carried in a 'vaxport'

SA-Best Upper House politician Frank Pangallo (pictured) has called for coronavirus vaccinations to be made compulsory with proof of the jab carried in a 'vaxport'

'While people might still have a choice whether or not to get vaccinated, what they can do in the community will need to be controlled and restricted,' Mr Pangallo said.

'They would need to be a requirement incorporated with QR code information that if you want to travel on public transport, airlines, enter venues, shopping malls, restaurants and cafes, you will need to show you have been vaccinated. 

'It might also have to apply for workplaces.' 

Mr Pangallo said that while he understood that some residents would perceive the measures as drastic and draconian, the nature of the virus could not be predicted, Adelaide Now reported. 

The politician also recommended Australians get the choice of which vaccine they receive, instead of be forced to take one they don't want. 

He said Australia was on the cusp of a health and economic catastrophe that called for strong and decisive leadership to prevent a gridlock of constant lockdowns. 

Mr Pangallo said that while he understood that some residents would perceive the measures as drastic and draconian, the nature of the virus could not be predicted (pictured, testing in Fairfield on Sunday)

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Mr Pangallo said that while he understood that some residents would perceive the

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