QLD is set to become another two-tiered segregated society as the QLD Premier follows suit with disgraceful, discriminatory policy.
From mid-December, where you can go and what you can do will depend on whether or not you’ve had two COVID-19 vaccine doses.
Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk says from December 17, or when 80 per cent of Queenslanders over 16 are fully vaccinated, those who are fully immunised will go about daily life with no restrictions at all.
Where can I go if I’m vaccinated?
Fully vaccinated people can attend pubs, clubs, cafes, restaurants, cinemas, theatres, music festivals and stadiums, where all staff also need to be fully vaccinated.
Government-owned galleries, museums and libraries will also be for the fully vaccinated only.
Only fully immunised people will be able to visit hospitals, aged care facilities, prisons and disability services.
There’ll be no limit on weddings where all the guests are fully vaccinated.
In all of these venues, the vaccination policy also applies to staff, performers, crew, caterers and athletes, etc.
These rules only apply to people over 16 years of age who are eligible to be vaccinated.