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news.com.au 22 Nov, 2021 23:30 am

‘No jabs? No fun’: Queensland targets unvaccinated in tough new Covid ad campaign

‘No jabs? No fun’: Queensland targets unvaccinated in tough new Covid ad campaign
Queensland is dangling the threat of lost freedoms and “no fun” in front of unvaccinated residents in a brutal new ad campaign as the state prepares to reopen borders.

One state has put unvaccinated residents in the crosshairs as it kicks off a tough new campaign warning residents of the freedoms they will lose.Queensland is dangling the threat of lost freedoms and “no fun” in front of unvaccinated residents in a brutal new ad campaign as the state prepares to reopen borders.The new campaign comes as Prime Minister Scott Morrison doubles down on his criticism of Queensland’s proposed ban on unvaccinated people from hospitality venues.” Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk has also defended a plan to force those entering Queensland from mid-December to spend almost $150 on Covid-19 tests.

” Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk has also defended a plan to force those entering Queensland from mid-December to spend almost $150 on Covid-19 tests.Entry requirements from Covid hot spots at 80 per cent: Travellers can arrive by air or road Must be fully vaccinated Have a negative Covid test in the 72 hours before travel No quarantine required Entry requirements when Queensland reaches 90 per cent vaccinated: Quarantine limited to unvaccinated only p Brisbane

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