Could Stronger Border Rules In Queensland Compromise Supply Chain Integrity?


The peak freight body in New South Wales fears the “integrity” of the supply chain could be compromised after Queensland announced stronger border rules will come into effect from Friday.

Queensland’s chief health officer Dr Jeannette Young said anyone crossing the border from New South Wales into the Sunshine State must have had at least one COVID-19 vaccination.

“I’m asking that, at the latest by Friday … they must have had at least one dose of vaccine,” Dr Young said.

Read the full article on ABC News.

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