NT Government moves to retrospectively ‘validate’ CHO’s vaccine mandate orders

NT Government moves to retrospectively ‘validate’ CHO’s vaccine mandate orders

The NT Government has rushed extraordinary amendments through Parliament Thursday night to retrospectively “validate” the Chief Health Officer’s vaccine mandate directions, raising suspicions the government had not properly enacted the orders the first time, which one legal expert said has “demolished the rule of law in the NT” and would most likely draw the attention of the Federal Government.

Booster status proof demanded of public servants on same day SA announces return of some unvaxxed workers

Booster status proof demanded of public servants on same day SA announces return of some unvaxxed workers

NT public servants had until Wednesday to prove they had received their third COVID-19 vaccination, would get it, or had an exemption, despite the chief health officer’s direction allowing until April 22 for boosters, and came on the same day as South Australia announced unvaccinated teachers, public transport workers and taxi drivers could return to work.

Chief Minister latest pollie caught with his mask down for photo op, Victorian pollies fined for same act

Chief Minister latest pollie caught with his mask down for photo op, Victorian pollies fined for same act

Chief Minister Michael Gunner removed his mask for an indoor political photo opportunity while holding his arm around an elderly woman, in the latest example of NT politicians posing for pictures that appear to contravene the chief health officer’s COVID-19 directions, and follows Victorian politicians being fined by police for doing the same thing.


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