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Northern Territory scraps discriminatory vaccine pass system, whilst health minister caught out in a lie

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The Northern Territory has scrapped its vaccine pass system allowing unvaccinated people to now visit pubs and nightclubs.

Health Minister Natasha Fyles has today announced that the vaccine pass system would be scrapped, effective immediately.

“The advice was that we could safely remove the need to be vaccinated [to enter a licensed venue],” Fyles said.

“The Northern Territory is taking it another step forward to learning to live with Covid.”

But whilst the vaccine pass system is scrapped, the NT government is considering introducing a mask mandate if cases of Covid rise in regional locations.

Health Minister Natasha Fyles has discussed the possibility of mask mandates to slow potential spread in regional locations. Saying that any future mandate would last “a few weeks and be very particular about the location and the settings”. The trigger for such an event would be a combination of rising case numbers with associated hospitalisations.

When MS Fyles was asked about the possibility of re-introducing the vaccine pass system in the future, she refused to rule it out, saying “We’ll keep that IT infrastructure there, but we have certainly got no place for it presently,”

Also, the NT has no plans to scrap the current vaccine mandate requirement across many industries with Ms Fyles caught out in a down right lie claiming that vaccinated people are a less of a risk in transmitting and catching Covid, despite all science proving this to be false statement.

“In those higher risk settings, we need to ensure that our workers are vaccinated so that they’re at less risk of transmitting COVID but also catching it.” Fyles said

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