Queensland Police Commissioner Katarina Carroll faces legal challenge to staff COVID vaccination mandate

The Queensland Police Commissioner’s direction for all staff to be vaccinated or face suspension and possible dismissal will be tested in the Supreme Court.

Seven Queensland Police Service (QPS) employees, including five serving police officers, are seeking a court order to invalidate the direction and stop it from being enforced.

Commissioner Katarina Carroll has directed both civilian staff and police to have at least one vaccination shot by October 4 and a second dose by January 24 next year.

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  1. Being a Queenslander myself it is good to see the police standing up against this tyranny.
    I am prepared to help financially if this goes all the way and they financial help.
    We all need to help those who fighting against this especially those who can afford to help financially. I am lucky enough to not have to be vaccinated as of yet.

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