More and more nurses and police officers are applying to challenge their employers’ obligations with the COVID-19 vaccine.
On Thursday, Health Minister Yvette Darth said the Queensland Association of Nurse Specialists had filed with the Supreme Court demanding that health care workers overturn mandatory vaccinations because they were illegal. ..
On behalf of Metro-North nurse Lisa Daphne Porter, this application was submitted by Queensland Health Director John Wakefield, who must be fully vaccinated by the end of October for all staff. “It has been and will continue to be imposed,” he said in the member’s contract. Such terms were beyond the scope of authority.
In an affidavit signed by NPAQ Assistant Secretary-General Jack McGuire, he said he was unaware that any of the members had been consulted regarding the vaccine.
In Porter’s affidavit, she added that she is a registered student nurse employed as a bloodletting specialist at Caboolture Hospital and attends the hospital ward, which handles patients directly to collect blood samples. rice field.
Mr. Porter said he had received a copy of the vaccination requirements, but “he was not consulted about making the directive and was not invited to consult.”
“After reading the directive, I found out that I was a Group 2 employee because I work in the hospital in a patient-facing role, so I need to get the vaccine under the directive. There is, “said Porter.
“Neither the directive nor the policy is informed about the nature of the’exemption’to comply with the directive. “
Increasing number of nurses, police apply to challenge COVID vaccine obligations
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