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    Default lockdown for unvaccinated

    Will we end up doing this here in NZ:

    https://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-59245018
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    Default Re: lockdown for unvaccinated

    What a great idea
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    Yep good thoughts Austria!

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    Waste of time here.

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    Default Re: lockdown for unvaccinated

    Quote Originally Posted by zqwerty View Post
    Will we end up doing this here in NZ:

    https://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-59245018
    Nope, because it's not Kind and minorities run the country and the decisions made around them.

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    Default Re: lockdown for unvaccinated

    When and if people start dying in larger numbers then popular sentiment will change against those who choose to remain unvaccinated without good excuse putting the rest at risk.
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    Default Re: lockdown for unvaccinated

    Quote Originally Posted by zqwerty View Post
    When and if people start dying in larger numbers then popular sentiment will change against those who choose to remain unvaccinated without good excuse putting the rest at risk.
    yes, tho its already started.
    people are already banning unvaccinated people now and thats without govt doing anything.

    thats the thing with anti-vaccinators, its not them vers govt its them vers everyone else.
    Tweak it till it breaks

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    Default Re: lockdown for unvaccinated

    Quote Originally Posted by allblack View Post
    Nope, because it's not Kind and minorities run the country and the decisions made around them.
    Aint that the truth.
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    Default Re: lockdown for unvaccinated

    zqwerty and tweak'e where are people dying in large numbers? The only place I have seen this happening was in New York where their idiot governor put infected people into rest homes.
    Also tweak'e how to you know all the people opposing the vaccine are anti-vaccinators? For all you know they are only against this vaccine but it is easier just to lump them in with those loony anti-vaccinators because reasons. Why bother to find out. Just like our PM saying that every NZer disagrees with the protesters, how does she know, has she asked every NZer? It is easier just to make a blanket statement these days because most people are too lazy to check for themselves and the government/vaccine simps will fall over themselves to defend it.
    Some of those protesting were anti-mandate and I saw signs about the media, so only logically that means they are all anti-vaccinators.

    But we got to have a scapegoat don't we. So we don't have to admit that we may have got it wrong.

    So when are you lot going to demand that all unvaccinated persons are rounded up and "removed" from society? Hasn't something like that happened before?
    When are you lot going to demand the removal of our freedom of speech to stop people questioning the vaccine or anything else you don't agree with?
    What other rights do you want removed because you find them inconvenient?
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    Default Re: lockdown for unvaccinated

    Large numbers of people are dying of covid all over the world, some countries are heading into their fifth wave.

    The rights of the majority always over-rule the rights of any minority. I personally am shocked that there are any nurses, teachers, any sort of medical staff or anyone dealing with the public in a helping fashion who are not fully vaccinated, it's unbelievable that people with this level of responsibility should be behaving this way, what on Earth is wrong with them?

    They should be firing anyone who has this status, they are putting everyone in danger.

    For maximum safety of all, everyone barring people with a valid medical condition should all be vaccinated, we need 100% compliance.
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