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Australian businesses can require customers to prove they’ve had Covid jab, regulator says – The Guardian

The guidance from Safe Work Australia comes as Gladys Berejiklian suggests people might need to be vaccinated to go on a flight or enter hospitality venues



Businesses will be able to require customers and visitors to prove they have been vaccinated against Covid-19 as a condition for entry, according to guidance by Australias work health and safety regulator.
The guidance, published by Safe Work Australia on Friday, comes as the New South Wales premier, Gladys Berejiklian, doubled down on her suggestion that incentives to get a Covid vaccine could include the ability to go on a commercial flight or enter hospitality businesses.
According to Safe Work…

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