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WA gets closer and closer to Beijing

29 June 2022

4:00 AM

29 June 2022

4:00 AM

With the Western Australian government rolling back vaccination requirements for several industries after June 10, a fresh wave of court cases are expected to mount to investigate the state’s handling of the coronavirus pandemic.

When WA was held under draconian state policies, citizens began to question what forces were driving some of these health mandates, particularly the incessant and controversial vaccination requirements.

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