by Daniel Teng, Epoch Times
December 8, 2021
The New South Wales Court (NSW) of Appeal has dismissed an appeal to overturn a court decision in mid-October that upheld the use of vaccine mandates across industries such as aged care, policing, and construction.
On Dec. 8, three justices from the Court of Appeal, President Andrew Bell, Justice Anthony Meagher, and Mark Leeming, heard the case involving several individuals, including Sydney construction worker Al-Munir Kassam and aged care worker Natasha Ryan.
Bell said the court concluded that vaccine mandates were valid because individuals could “choose not to be vaccinated.”
“The impugned orders contained no sanction for the exercise of the choice not to receive a vaccination,” he said in his judgement.
The workers were ordered to pay the court costs with the justices because “no error was demonstrated on appeal” of the previous judge’s findings, and nor did the…
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