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Could businesses deny service to Australians who refuse the coronavirus vaccine?

Federal government says it won't make vaccines compulsory but state governments and private businesses could take a different stance Source: AAP

The Australian government says it won't make COVID-19 vaccines compulsory when they begin being rolled out next month, but that won't stop companies from denying service to those who refuse the jab.

The first lot of Australians are due to receive a coronavirus vaccine as soon as mid-February.

But while the federal government says it won’t make vaccinations compulsory, state governments and privately owned businesses could take a different stance.

Read the full article in English here.

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