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Limiting access for the unvaxed to public places will likely breach the Disability Discrimination Act

23 September 2021

4:00 AM

23 September 2021

4:00 AM

Your correspondent is a retired lawyer who these days prefers gardening to litigating. Spring in the Victorian High Country is glorious and my garden is just coming to life after a winter of heavy frosts and a little bit of snow. The crab-apples are in blossom. 

Despite new botanical life in the garden; life is about to become much harder for Victorians unvaccinated against Covid-19. 

Two weeks back Daniel Andrews, Premier of Victoria, announced, “I think if you are not vaccinated, and you could be, then the chances of you booking a ticket at a sporting event, going to a pub, going to all manner of different places, will be very, very...

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