There is currently an important petition seeking that the Federal Government does not commit to rolling out e-vaccination immunity passports. We thought it would be beneficial to support, but we must hurry because it closes tomorrow, April 14.
To sign, click here and complete the online process. Once you do, share it with others. The greater the number of signatories, the harder it becomes for the government to ignore.
Here are the details of the petition as shown on the website:
We want the Government to commit to not rolling out any e-vaccination status/immunity passport to the Australian public. Such passports could be used to restrict the rights of people who have refused a Covid-19 vaccine, which would be unacceptable and discriminatory. More details The Australian Government has plans despite reports that people who have received the Covid-19 vaccine will be offered a passport proving they have been vaccinated as part of a government-funded trial. Citizens who refuse will not have the documentation to freely travel, giving automatic discrimination to only enter countries that accept only documented civilians.
We therefore ask the House to be completely clear to the public about the use of vaccine passports & their intentions, they must refuse the roll-out of it because of those who will decline and their fundemental basic rights being violated by this legislation. Simply by segregating the "immune" and "non-immune" We implore the House to change the law to not include this as a pre-requisite for travel or for any of its other associated relevant potential uses. As the e-vaccination/immunity passport enforcement of this policy or practice will lead to the segregation of the Australian people of different races, classes, or ethnic groups, as in schools, housing, and public or commercial facilities, especially as a form of discrimination if you do not have one simply because of their personal decision. This decision which will undoubtedly affect societal cohesion. Discriminating via a passport which is a person's identity is wrong.