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‘They will be fined’: Deputy Premier’s warning to businesses who defy ban on unvaccinated

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Businesses who don’t comply with the state’s new rules for unvaccinated patrons are warned there will be consequences. 

From December 17, or when 80 per cent of Queensland’s eligible population is fully vaccinated, people who haven’t received two COVID-19 jabs will be banned from venues such as pubs, cafes and restaurants.

The move angered Di Bella Coffee owner Phillip Di Bella, who claims he will defy the ban.

Press PLAY below to hear Mr Di Bella’s response to the mandate yesterday 

Deputy Premier Steven Miles told Neil Breen business owners who blatantly disregard the mandate can expect to face the consequences.

Steven Miles: “They will be fined.

“If they don’t take those reasonable steps, … the police will be able to go and see them and issue a fine.

Neil Breen: “And if they kept doing it, would be being shut down be a possibility?”

Steven: “There’s escalating action from the on-the-spot fine, which I think is about $1400, there’s been a court-ordered fine, that’s more like $14,000.”

Press PLAY below to hear the Deputy Premier explain all the new changes 

Image: Nine News

Neil Breen
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