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Queensland State of Emergency Bill Passes


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The Public Health and Other Legislation (Extension of Expiring Provisions) Amendment Bill 2022 has passed through parliament late last night.

This extends the power of the Queensland chief health officer to continue to issue directions and restrict Queenslander’s freedoms in the so-called interest of public health until October 31st, 2022.

A move by Katter’s Australia Party Leader Robbie Katter to remove vaccine mandates was also defeated in parliament last night.

Robbie Katter said, “Vaccine mandates have caused division in our society, contributed to critical workforce shortages and devastated some people financially due to forced job losses,”

“People want the Government out of their everyday lives.”

The Liberal National Party (LNP) voted against the state of emergency bill but simply did not have the numbers to prevent it going through.

Yesterday the opposition leader David Crisafulli advised Labor that they would only support the government’s bill with an amendment to stop the powers on May 31st so the parliament could return and debate it at that date.

But Health Minister Yvette D’Ath rejected the LNP’s move “To do so would be to ignore the fact that national cabinet, the national government, has recognised that this (the pandemic) will go beyond May,” D’Ath said.

“While this virus remains unpredictable, one thing remains constant: the opposition’s unrelenting willingness to criticise and undermine the public health framework that has served Queensland so well since the outset of the pandemic,” D’Ath said.

As a result of the current Labor governments refusal to listen to the people and to the opposition, Queenslanders are stuck with these laws until at least October 31st.



  1. I had a bad flu as they called Covid-19, and I am still breathing, at that time took me 5 days and I was knocked out.
    Actually 2 days after then I took hydroxchloroquine, but also before hand I always take vitamins D3, C, and Zinc, and keep up with fluids.

    This Covid-19 can be treated properly or early treatment, it is a flu and shouldn’t be fear about it. Politician make all this fear because money laundering and corruption, it is why they must keep that State emergency for that money reason, not health.

  2. Yes they all have glass balls now and can see into the future, pity they lost them for the last 2 years????

  3. Bob Katter , well at least you tried.

    Mandates are dividing our community, while saving no one from being infected by others jabbed or non- jabbed.


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