REVEALED: vaccine mandate court case hears bizarre government modelling claims
In proceedings in the New South Wales Supreme Court last week challenging vaccine mandates, New South Wales Chief Health Officer Kerry Chant admitted no modelling had been done to assess the impact of a small number of health workers not being vaccinated.
NSW paramedic and deputy mayor of the Snowy Valleys Council, John Larter, brought a challenge against the mandatory vaccination orders for health workers, which was heard on 4 and 5 November. Broadly, Larter argued that the orders were unreasonable and disproportionate.
Counsel for Mr Larter, Shane Prince SC, advised the Court that: “The nature of a public health power is to provide extraordinary powers in extraordinary circumstances and only for those extraordinary circumstances.
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