The unvaccinated in Sydney, Australia will encounter social isolation and an indefinitely tricky life if they continue non-compliance to the vaccination, warned New South Wales state Premier Gladys Berekiklian.
According to Reuters, Berejiklian told reporters on Tuesday that the unvaccinated will face a great deal of difficulty when stay-at-home orders cease this coming December, from social activities to simple employment.
“A lot of businesses have said they will not accept anyone who is unvaccinated,” Berejiklian told Seven News on Tuesday. “Life for the unvaccinated will be very difficult indefinitely.”
Sydney promised the vaccinated would see ease to lockdown measure between Oct 11 and Dec 1.
“Pubs, cafes, gyms, and hairdressers will reopen to fully vaccinated people on Oct 11 in New South Wales, home to Sydney, and more curbs will be eased once 80 percent of its adult population becomes fully vaccinated, expected by the end of October,” noted Reuters.
The current vaccination rate in Australia is 52 percent, while the cases topped at 100,000 as of Tuesday. Leaders in Australia have said vaccination rates will have to exceed 80 percent before the country fully reopens. Federal Health Minister Greg Hunt urged people to get vaccinated to save their lives.
“The strongest possible reason to be vaccinated is to save your life,” Hunt said.
Berejiklian’s warnings that the unvaccinated will face social isolation and a hard life comes as the coronavirus policies are strictly enforced by the government, going so far as arresting people on the streets for not wearing a mask as shown on the viral videos below.
Gov Ron Desantis (R-FL) said Australia could not be considered a “free country” due to the continuing insistence of military-style lockdown the go so far as to monitor alcohol consumption of its people.
“You know, you guys, look what’s going on in Australia right now. You know, they’re enforcing, after a year and a half, they’re still enforcing lockdowns by the military,” DeSantis said at the International Boat Builders’ Exhibition and Conference in Tampa.
“That’s not a free country. It’s not a free country at all. In fact, I mean, I wonder why we would still have the same diplomatic relations when they’re doing that. Is Australia freer than China, Communist China, right now? I don’t know,” he chillingly added.