A no booster, no entry policy could be potentially on the cards for Victorians who haven’t had their third jab.
No booster, no entry.
This could soon be life for Victorians who have not received their booster shot and want to dine at cafes, restaurants and pubs.
The Department of Jobs, Precincts and Regions met with hospitality and retail groups on Friday to discuss how making the Covid-19 booster mandatory might affect their staff and customers, The Age reported.
A third jab could be required meaning that unvaccinated and double-jabbed residents would no longer be allowed to visit hospitality venues.
During discussions, the group, which included National Retail Association, Restaurant and Catering Industry Australia and the Franchise Council of Australia, also spoke about the future of QR codes.