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Annastacia Palaszczuk sends a chilling warning to anti-vaxxers with a photo of a watch face as her state prepares to open its borders

  • Queensland premier has warned anti-vaxxers they need to be jabbed ASAP
  • Comes as borders will finally be re-open by October 31 in the Sunshine State
  • Current figures show 60 per cent of Queensland population are fully vaccinated


PUBLISHED: 20:18 AEDT, 23 October 2021 | UPDATED: 20:21 AEDT, 23 October 2021

Annastacia Palaszczuk has issued a blunt warning to anti-vaxxers as Queensland prepares to finally open its borders in just over a week.

Taking to Twitter on Saturday, the premier was direct in her messaging, posting a photo of a watch face that read ‘eight days’. 

‘That’s how long you have to get fully vaccinated in time for our borders to open,’ she said.

‘The higher the vaccination rate, the safer we will be. Make sure you’re fully protected before Delta arrives. It’s urgent.’

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  1. Australian Charter of Healthcare Rights
    Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Healthcare
    Ensuring INFORMED CONSENT is properly obtained is a legal, ethical and professional requirement on the part of all treating health professionals and supports person-centred care.
    Queensland Government – Queensland Health – Australian charter of healthcare rights
    Good medical practice: a code of conduct for doctors in Australia
    All those participating in this crime against humanity especially mainstream medicine have fouled your most sacred oath – FIRST DO NO HARM. Shame on each and every one of you and there is no doubt you will all suffer the consequences of such disgusting violations/actions eventually.
    The line of those ‘GovernMENTAL and other TYRANTS’ just keeps growing longer for when they are all dragged away for CRIMES AGAINST HUMANITY which is on such a massive scale.
    Australian Charter of Healthcare Rights
    I have a right to:
    Give Feedback
    more >

    Another ACHCR >

    Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Healthcare
    See information on link hereunder including INFORMED CONSENT:-
    Ensuring informed consent is properly obtained is a legal, ethical and professional requirement on the part of all treating health professionals and supports person-centred care.
    Informed consent is a person’s decision, given voluntarily, to agree to a healthcare treatment, procedure or other intervention that is made:
    Following the provision of accurate and relevant information about the healthcare intervention and alternative options available; and
    With adequate knowledge and understanding of the benefits and material risks of the proposed intervention relevant to the person who would be having the treatment, procedure or other intervention.
    At the Commission, we believe informed consent is a key quality and safety issue.
    Good clinical practice involves ensuring that informed consent is validly obtained and appropriately timed.
    Informed consent is integral to the right to information in the Australian Charter of Healthcare Rights, and recognised in Professional Codes of Conduct External link. Additionally, the National Safety and Quality Health Service Standards require all hospitals and day procedures services to have informed consent processes that comply with legislation, lawful requirements and best practice.

    The Commission has resources available on informed consent.
    Ensuring INFORMED CONSENT is properly obtained is a legal, ethical and professional requirement on the part of all treating health professionals and supports person-centred care.
    Extract >
    Key principles for informed consent
    ■ Other than in exceptional circumstances, adults have the right to determine what will be done to their bodies and what healthcare treatments and interventions they will undergo
    ■ Where a person lacks legal capacity, the framework for obtaining substitute consent that applies in each state or territory must be used to obtain consent to treatment
    ■ Any healthcare treatment, procedure or other intervention undertaken without consent is unlawful
    unless legislation in a state or territory, or case law, permits the treatment, procedure or other intervention without consent. For example, treatment provided in an emergency, or for certain mental health interventions
    Healthcare providers have a duty to warn about the material risks1 of the treatment, procedure or other
    intervention as part of obtaining a person’s consent.
    Failure to adequately warn a person of these risks is a breach of the healthcare provider’s duty of care
    ■ A person has the right to refuse treatment (with some legislated exceptions) or withdraw consent previously given prior to treatment
    It is important to contemporaneously document consent discussions and include written consent forms (where appropriate) in the person’s healthcare record
    Any healthcare treatment, not just operations and
    other procedures, requires valid consent either verbally, written, or implied. This includes prescribing drugs and other therapeutic substances.
    How to obtain valid informed consent Informed consent is achieved through a process of communication, discussion, and shared decision making. It involves understanding the person’s goals and concerns, and discussing with the person (or their substitute decision-maker) their options for treatment, the potential outcomes (positive, negative and neutral), risks and benefits and what this might mean for them.
    The person or their substitute decision-maker will make an informed decision based on this information.
    For there to be valid informed consent,
    the person consenting must:
    ■ Have the legal capacity to consent
    ■ Give their consent voluntarily
    Give their consent to the specific treatment, procedure or other intervention being discussed
    Have enough information about their condition, treatment options, the benefits and risks relevant to them, and alternative options for them to make an informed decision to consent.
    This includes the opportunity to ask questions and discuss concerns.

    1 Material risks are risks where a “reasonable person, in the position of the person being recommended the treatment or procedure, is warned of the risks that they would likely attach significance to; or if the healthcare provider is or should be reasonably aware that the particular person if warned of the risk, would likely attach significance to it” – Rogers v Whitaker (1992) 175 CLR 479

    A person has legal capacity to make a particular decision when they are able to do all of the following:
    ■ Understand the facts involved
    ■ Understand the treatment choices
    ■ Understand how the consequences of treatment affect them
    ■ Retain the information and recall the details
    ■ Weigh up the consequences of those choices, including the choice to refuse treatment
    ■ Communicate their decision and understanding of its implications.
    More >
    Source >
    Source >

    Queensland Government – Queensland Health – Australian charter of healthcare rights
    All of our hospital and services fully support the Australian Charter of Healthcare Rights. The charter describes the rights of patients and other people using the Australian health system.
    Your rights
    You have the right to:
    Healthcare services and treatment that meets your needs
    Receive safe and high quality health care that meets national standards
    Be cared for in an environment that is safe and makes you feel safe
    Be treated as an individual, and with dignity and respect
    Have your culture, identity, beliefs and choices recognised and respected
    Ask questions and be involved in open and honest communication
    Make decisions with your healthcare provider, to the extent that you choose and am able to
    Include the people that you want in planning and decision-making
    Clear information about your condition, the possible benefits and risks of different tests and treatments, so you can give your informed consent
    Receive information about services, waiting times and costs
    Be given assistance, when you need it, to help you understand and use health information
    Access your health information
    Be told if something has gone wrong during your health care, how it happened, how it may affect you and what is being done to make care safe
    Have your personal privacy respected
    Have information about you and your health kept secure and confidential
    Give feedback
    Provide feedback or make a complaint without it affecting the way that you are treated
    Have your concerns addressed in a transparent and timely way
    Share your experience and participate to improve the quality of care and health services
    Your responsibilities
    To help us to provide you the best possible care please:
    Tell us about your illnesses and hospital visits, symptoms, medications, allergies and other health related matters
    Tell us about any religious or cultural beliefs and requirements
    Treat everyone that you meet at our facilities with care and respect
    Ask questions and talk to your family before making any decisions about your health care if relevant
    Follow staff instructions regarding your treatment and care
    Be aware that your care may need to be transferred to another hospital if required
    Be on time for appointments and let your health service know if you need to cancel or reschedule, and notify us if your contact details change
    Talk to your local doctor if your condition changes while on a waiting list for treatment
    Treat all people you meet in the health service (staff, volunteers patients/clients, their families and aged care residents), with care, dignity and consideration
    Respect the confidentiality and privacy of others.
    Read more about the Australian Charter of Healthcare Rights >
    Source >

    Good medical practice: a code of conduct for doctors in Australia
    Codes, Guidelines and Policies

  2. A final warning to humanity from former Pfizer Chief Scientist Michael Yeadon
    JUL 6, 2021
    Posted by Editor,
    This is a “Must View Video” from a truly independent very qualified world authority, Dr Michael Yeadon, who relates the facts without fear of Deep State intervening exposing experimental vaccines being pumped into duped masses that will kill.
    Finally, someone coming out with fact.
    I couldn’t believe how stupid people are following the government like a puppy dog.
    Know history because it repeats itself.
    We thought the last couple of years was bad.
    Wait until all the deaths from the experimental gene therapy.
    WATCH VIDEO please >

  3. Doesn’t anyone get it? There is no need for vaccination, viruses have been treated by vitamin D for over 10 years. My family is living proof. We haven’t had a cold or flu virus for over 10 years. Check out all the new research being done with covid & vitamin D