Liberal MP Tanya Davies attended a anti-mandate rally at Sydney today, speaking at the event to call for an end to her government’s vaccine mandate policy.
She called for the end of mandates for teachers, police officers and firefighters, saying they should be able to return to their jobs.
“There is no reason anymore for this heavy-handed approach, this segregation approach, this two-tiered society. End it now and let’s move on,” she told the crowd.
MP Davies spoke to her local media publication in her Mulgoa electorate, the Western Weekender telling them that “The pandemic has changed over these past two years, and the variants are now less severe than the Delta strain,”
“Over these two years our community’s ability to fight the virus has strengthened. As other countries have ended the vaccine mandates allowing all citizens back to their jobs, now is the time for our government to end the vaccine mandate and see teachers, nurses, doctors, police, firefighters who have been excluded from the workplaces back to work serving our community and providing for their families.” She added.