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Should the Covid-19 Vaccination be compulsory for all international Travelers going from or coming to Australia?

By Garry . Created on 25 Nov., 2020
Travel and Tourism 93 votes | 12 Comments
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Frank said on Feb. 23, 2021
No jab no go or come
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braunhi said on Feb. 23, 2021
Thanks for you message Frank and I agree with this. Take care and have a great day. B.
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Kel said on Nov. 30, 2020
definitely
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braunhi said on Nov. 30, 2020
Thanks for the message. Short and too the point which I love. Agree. Take care and enjoy your week. B.
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TC said on Nov. 29, 2020
In the midst of all this world turmoil and the sigh of relief that a vaccine is on the way, we MUST never forget where the Virus came from and how it was initially allowed to spread it's tentacles outward from point of origin.
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Mrs said on Nov. 29, 2020
The big risk is that another virus could come out of these cross species contaminations at wet markets around Asia and to a lesser extent other places. Some places closed them down for a while, but I have not heard of any that have permentantly closed them down.
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Mrs said on Nov. 29, 2020
And the medical side effects that are starting to show up are not nice either. So the - I'll be right - I'm young and fit and will recover ' are coming back to bite some people.
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dorford said on Nov. 29, 2020
Absolutely!
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Ecartar said on Nov. 28, 2020
Most definitely, we have been exceptionally lucky here, so why take the risk & invite another wave of infections. If people can not show a vaccination record for Covid -19, then no entry. As others have said, this disease is now the new normal, so even with vaccines there will always be an element of risk.
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braunhi said on Nov. 29, 2020
Thanks for your message E and very well said. I agree totally. It is going to be part of the norm now I feel and I also think it will be like the flu vaccine where you need an injection every year. Could be wrong. However we do not need it in Australia.
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Linda said on Nov. 26, 2020
I guess it depends if the covid is still relevant in say 1-2 years time. If it is a virus like say small pox that has to be immunised against then the answer would be yes.
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Mrs said on Nov. 26, 2020
I don't think there is much question that we are going to live with this long term. Just a question of how managable it will become.
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braunhi said on Nov. 26, 2020
Thanks for message Linda. I agree with what you say and also Mrs. Do not like to think negative but I believe that this will be around for a long time. I do personally feel it will be like the flu needle every year but only time will tell. Thanks and take care. B.
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braunhi said on Nov. 26, 2020
It should be a necessary requirement for visitors to Australia however if some people cannot have this for medical reasons they should be having quarantine and also all the usual tests for the virus.