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Give your view on vaccines passports to Russell Broadbent for South and West Gippsland
Invitation to share your thought and concerns about the vaccination passports
You may have heard that international airlines will roll out digital health passes - otherwise known as a vaccine passport when international flights resume. While private companies are entitled to make whatever decisions they like regarding vaccine passports, I have to say, I feel uncomfortable about the use of vaccine passports being made mandatory for domestic travel.
Victorian Liberal MP Russell Broadbent, who has not ruled out voting against the measure in Parliament, put a call to constituents to hear their opinions about the vaccine passport
Against the vaccine passports
Over the past few months I've received passionate emails and calls from many constituents pleading with me to vote against the introduction of vaccine passports. But equally, I know many people are supportive of the idea.
Any decisions about vaccine passports need to be carefully considered and I want to better understand the perspectives of the people I represent.
Invitation to share thoughts
So today, I invite you to respond to this video and share your views with me. In fact, feel free to forward this video to your family, friends and colleagues located in the Monash electorate and encourage them to let me know about their views as well. Watch Russel in his YouTube clip presenting this topic and asking you all to share your views on this with him.
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