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Australia Prison guard who refused to vaxxed dies of Covid just before job loss

09:26  29 november  2021
09:26  29 november  2021 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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An unvaccinated guard who worked at Port Phillip Prison (pictured) has died of Covid just weeks before he would have lost his job due to his stance. According to Corrections Victoria there are five active Covid cases among prison staff. Three of those are at Port Phillip Prison , one at the Some of those who refused to get vaccinated have reportedly been stood down and are using annual leave entitlements. The full vaccination rate among prison inmates is 66 per cent. All prison staff working in correctional facilities in Victoria were expected to have received both doses of a vaccine by November

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A Melbourne prison guard has died from Covid-19 after he refused to be vaccinated against the virus.

The officer, who has not been named, worked at Port Phillip Prison at Truganina in western Melbourne.

The man was due to lose his job within weeks under a Victorian mandate requiring people working in the state's jail system to be vaccinated for Covid.

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According to Corrections Victoria there are five active Covid cases among prison staff.

Three of those are at Port Phillip Prison, one at the Ravenhall Correctional Centre and the fifth is employed at the Metropolitan Remand Centre.

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The new variant has been detected in 13 people who last week arrived in Amsterdam's Schiphol airport from South Africa. Dutch police say they have detained a couple who escaped from a Covid -quarantine hotel. Bars, restaurants and shops - whose opening hours have already been restricted for several weeks - are required to close earlier than before , and there is a limit on the number of guests allowed in homes. People are also being encouraged to work from home where possible, but nurseries, schools and universities across the country remain open.

How many troops have died or been hospitalised because of Covid ? Defence department data shows that, as of 17 November, a total of 75 military personnel have died of Covid -19, and 2,280 have been in hospital. Just over 250,600 cases of the virus have been detected since the beginning of the US military gets vaccinated. The harshest punishments are likely to be reserved for personnel who are "more blatant in their disobedience", such as by lobbying other troops to refuse the vaccine, Mr Hansen added. "That's undermining good order and discipline by encouraging other soldiers to disobey the

Amongst prisoners, the latest figure is that there were seven active cases.

They were contained to quarantine and isolation units across the prison system since their arrival and did not pose a threat to the general prison population or staff.

There has been a high uptake of vaccinations among corrections staff, according to a report in the Herald Sun.

As of the end of October, more than 98 per cent of prison staff had got at least one dose of a Covid vaccine, with 82 per cent being fully vaccinated.

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Some of those who refused to get vaccinated have reportedly been stood down and are using annual leave entitlements.

The full vaccination rate among prison inmates is 66 per cent.

All prison staff working in correctional facilities in Victoria were expected to have received both doses of a vaccine by November 26.

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Anyone who refuses the vaccine and gets sick should be quarantined at home and left to their own devices. Sorry but I'm just running out of empathy for those who put people's lives in danger by not caring. My siblings are nurses and I have seen them visibly age this year from working with Covid patients and trying to keep up with demand. Several healthcare workers have died from contracting the disease while trying to keep those with it alive. It’s harsh but the doctor is right. No more games.

Although the Covid -19 vaccines offer very good protection, they are not perfect. Covid -19 infections, hospitalizations, and deaths can still occur. So such numbers don’t mean that the Covid -19 vaccines are not working. That would be like saying, “to heck with wearing clothes” the first several times a racoon manages to jump into your pants while you are wearing them. Certainly, wearing clothes is better than not wearing clothes when attending a racoon rave or a business meeting or a combination of both.

'In accordance with the Chief Health Officer’s directions, there are no unvaccinated staff members attending correctional facilities in Victoria,' the Corrections Victoria website says.

Scott Morrison says there is 'NOTHING' to suggest Covid vaccines won't work on Omicron as he scrambles to convene national cabinet meeting

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Prime Minister Scott Morrison has called for calm over the new Omicron variant as he reveals experts believe it may be 'even less severe' than Delta.

Mr Morrison called in to Kyle and Jackie O's radio show on Monday morning to provide an update to the Australian public over the new Covid mutation, as he scrambles to convene an emergency national cabinet meeting.

'There's nothing to suggest it is more severe in terms of its impact. There's nothing to suggest the vaccines don't have an effect on it,' he said.

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'The indications are that it may even be less severe.'

Mr Morrison says only people from New Zealand and Singapore are currently allowed into the country, other than immediate family of Australians, and said the country remained protected from the virus.

'In Victoria they've got over a 1,000 cases a day but the health system is fine. If we just calm, make good decisions and respond quickly,' he said.

'Let's not get spooked by this, Australia has done enormously well getting vaccinated. Australia is doing great, and we will continue doing great if we keep sensible and balanced.'

He told Today mutated variants are nothing new and the country was well equipped to handle any Omicron outbreak.

'It's not first one we've had. We've had 13 variants of concern. I think what is important we stay calm. Australia is 86.7% vaccinated,' he told the program.

'Our hospital system is coping. Now, that's the key thing here. It's no longer about cases and how we're managing COVID.

'It's about the severity of the illness the people have and how the public hospital system and the health system is managing. It's managing very strongly.'

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The PM confirmed he will meet with the state premiers in the next 36 hours as they map out a plan for the ongoing Omicron situation.

'With this variant, we know it could be more transmissible. But we also know it's proving to be less severe. So we just take this one step at a time,' Mr Morrison said.

NSW Health confirmed on Sunday that two travellers who touched down in Sydney on Saturday night from South Africa were infected with the new strain and two more were being tested.

NSW, Victoria, and the ACT temporarily re-imposed a 72-hour self-isolation requirement for all international arrivals.

South Australia and Western Australia tightened border restrictions as other premiers around the nation also start to consider harsher controls.

Scientists are in a race against time to answer three vital questions about the variant that doctors said caused 'unusual' symptoms, as Scott Morrison and Australia's business leaders call for calm.

The Australian Health Protection Principal Committee, which gave the prime minister an emergency briefing on Sunday night, are scrambling to determine how transmissible Omicron is, whether it is more severe than other strains, and if it is vaccine resistant.

Australia slammed its international borders shut to nine African nations where the strain first appeared earlier this month.

Mr Morrison said on Sunday after his meeting: 'We need to be very responsive to the further evidence that is becoming available and the expert medical advice.

'The goal is to ensure that our public hospitals and health systems are able to cope with this virus so we can live with the virus.'

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