Monthly Archives: August 2019

Victoria to legislate influenza vaccines for front-line health workers

Jessica faces a dilemma. As a newly graduated nurse in the state of Victoria she is being pressured by her employer to get an influenza shot. At the moment the flu vaccine is not mandatory but it is only a matter of time until she is forced to submit or lose her job. And after three years of study and laden with considerable university debt she needs her career but the prospect of mandatory vaccines fills her with dread. Continue reading

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No vax, no visit, No way

Such rubbish!  Look after your immunity. Breast feed your baby and you are doing your very best. My family and friends were free to visit my newborn babies. This is how it should be. Do not listen to such rubbish.

My frustrated exclamation was emitted in response to a ‘discussion’ on Studio 10 on July 31.  Studio 10 is an Australian morning talk show on Network 10. Continue reading

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