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Thousands of unvaccinated staff will be allowed to return to work in Australia


Thousands of unvaccinated staff will be free to to return to work after several Australian states made major changes to vaccine mandates this week.

Here’s a breakdown of the rule changes by state and what it means for your workplace.

Vaccine mandates have kept thousands of Aussies out of work, including those in critical jobs such as teaching. Pictured are two nurses getting a Covid jab

Vaccine mandates have kept thousands of Aussies out of work, including those in critical jobs such as teaching. Pictured are two nurses getting a Covid jab

Queensland 

Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk announced today Queenslanders will soon no longer need to be double vaccinated against Covid-19 to work in schools, childcare, prisons and airports or to visit jails, aged care and disability facilities.

She says the changes will come into effect from 1am next Thursday, June 30.

‘Restrictions that have protected us have eased in sensible stages, and today I announce with the advice of the Chief Health Officer, we are removing some of the last remaining Covid restrictions,’ she told parliament on Friday.

Ms Palaszczuk said individual employers will still…



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