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Qantas has grounds to mandate vaccination, but most blanket policies won't fly

By Giuseppe Carabetta, Senior Lecturer, Sydney University Business School, University of Sydney
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Last week Qantas became the first major Australian public company to declare it would require all its staff to be vaccinated against COVID-19.

“Having a fully vaccinated workforce will safeguard our people against the virus but also protect our customers and the communities we fly to,” said Qantas chief executive Alan Joyce.

All the airline’s “frontline” workers — meaning its cabin crew, pilots and airport employees — must be fully vaccinated…

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