Committee for Sydney says freedoms need to be linked to Covid lockdown exit plan to combat hesitancy
Businesses want incentives for vaccinated New South Wales residents to be included in the state’s path out of lockdown, amid concerns “passive” targets will not drive up vaccination rates fast enough.
The Committee for Sydney says its 60 member organisations in hospitality, entertainment, construction and universities are calling for people who have been vaccinated to be rewarded with earlier freedoms. The call follows Venues NSW indicating major stadiums would soon only allow vaccinated spectators.
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