The weekend is approaching, your fridge is stocked with cheese and you’re eager to organise a COVID-compliant picnic with other fully vaccinated adults which your local rules stipulate. But choose your guests wisely — only fully vaccinated people can attend, and fines apply if the rules are broken.
These new rules, coming into effect in New South Wales and Victoria, place the responsibility for policing vaccination on individuals. Vaccine passports may eventually allow businesses to check people’s vaccination status on entry, but there is no app to scan before gathering for a picnic or home event.
So how do you find out who’s vaccinated, and what do you do with that information?
How do you start the conversation?
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Article published by The Converation on the 1st October 2021.
Written by Jessica Kaufman Research Fellow, Vaccine Uptake Group, Murdoch Children’s Research Institute, Julie Leask Professor, University of Sydney