Deal with unvaccinated bullies

Some of the excluded are resorting to yelling and even violence as a result and are trying to force their way in or are attacking people, the writer says.
Some of the excluded are resorting to yelling and even violence as a result and are trying to force their way in or are attacking people, the writer says.
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In many parts of the world, or at least developed countries, the vaccination rates have reached a high enough level that they can return to an almost normal life.

There are still some restrictions on travel, mask-wearing is required in some circumstances and those that are not double vaccinated are excluded from some venues and activities.The last item, with some exclusions, is causing trouble when a group of people might go out for a meal and those that cannot prove their double vaccinated status or medical exemption are denied entry.

They would be disappointed, but it is for the benefit of the majority as well as themselves.The problem that is occurring is that some of the excluded are resorting to yelling and even violence as a result and are trying to force their way in or are attacking people.

From personal observation, most of the "gate keepers" are young employees with no real authority or means of stopping these people. As this has been reported in the media, a number of people, including politicians, are suggesting that all restrictions should be removed to prevent these conflicts, though allowing for a higher chance of Covid-19 being spread.

Since when should bullies get their way and have their poor behaviour supported by politicians? Don't let them get their way. Basically, vax-up or stay out.

Dennis Fitzgerald, Melbourne, Australia

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