Court Lifeline in QLD Vaccine Mandate Case

Qld cops, health workers fighting Covid jab mandate granted temporary lifeline by court

A group of police officers and health workers fighting their employers’ vaccine mandates have been granted a temporary lifeline by the Supreme Court.

The two groups have launched court action against Queensland Police Commissioner Katarina Carroll and the Director-General of Queensland Health, Dr John Wakefield, in opposition to the requirement to get the jab.

Ms Carroll last month said officers needed to have had their first Covid-19 jab by October 4 and their second by January 4 next year or risk being suspended without pay.

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