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Brad Hazzard

NSW Govt denies failing state’s aged care in Omicron

NSW Health Minister Brad Hazzard has defended the decision to ease COVID-19 restrictions in December, denying at a parliamentary inquiry that aged care representatives warned him against making the move.

Aged care and construction COVID-19 vaccine mandates appeal fails

Laws requiring workers in aged care and some in construction to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 remain valid in NSW after an urgent appeal was rejected.

NSW Supreme Court rules work-related vaccine mandates are valid

Laws requiring aged care workers, teachers and some construction workers to be vaccinated before returning to work are valid, the NSW Supreme Court has ruled.

Vaccination not forced in NSW, court told

A public health order requiring certain people to be vaccinated if they want to go to work is not really a vaccine mandate, lawyers for NSW Health Minister Brad Hazzard have told the NSW Supreme Court.

Heated debate continues to rage over compulsory aged care vaccinations

Making the COVID-19 jab compulsory for all nursing home workers could tip an already strained sector over the edge, union leaders fear.

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