Since Victoria’s ‘roadmap out of the pandemic’ was announced in early November, unvaccinated Victorians were given a grace period of three weeks to go on a shopping spree before they were no longer permitted to enter non-essential retail from November 24.
According to the roadmap, Victorians who were not yet vaccinated at that date would no longer be allowed into non-essential retail, and stores will be responsible for policing this.
The retail segregation has begun this week, and in the following video, you will see an on-the-ground perspective of what Victoria’s Brave New World Order looks like:
Daniel Andrews warned unvaccinated Victorians could continue to be locked out “for the entirety of 2022”, and if the energy of these staff members is anything to go off, perhaps indefinitely.
Here are the official requirements for Bunnings as per their official website:
Some private businesses, such as restaurants, have already taken the lead with these directives. However, now we are beginning to see state rules for patrons being handed down.
Take a look at just how engrained this ‘new normal’ way of life has become.
There’s the obvious contradiction in allowing unvaccinated people to access retail at 80% vaccination rate and not at 90%, but nobody cares. They are firmly locked into the Twilight Zone.
When do the limitations on a person’s freedom of movement go too far, morally speaking?
Vaccinated people in a restaurant or shop don’t have anything more to fear from an unvaccinated person, than a vaccinated person. It is only the unvaccinated person ‘at risk’.
Locking access to retail or restaurants for unvaccinated people goes too far, given the ‘risk’ primarily carried in the current situation seems to be their own.
Yet the state pushes ahead, with mass employment mandates also coming into effect today.
About one million Victorians need to either be fully vaccinated or have an exemption if they want to continue working onwards from tomorrow.
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