Most Australians comfortable with vaccination passports for domestic travel and venues, poll reveals
A majority of Australian voters would be comfortable with vaccination passports as a precondition of future domestic travel, and with entertainment venues requiring proof of inoculation before entry, according to the latest Guardian Essential poll.
With Labor intending to use the resumption of parliament on Tuesday to urge the Morrison government to offer a one-off $300 payment to every fully-vaccinated Australian to increase incentives to get the jab – the latest poll of 1,098 respondents captures the nation in a cautious mood.
The survey shows a majority of people (62%) think 80% or more of the Australian population should be fully vaccinated before Australia reopens its international borders and removes all restrictions resulting from the Covid-19 pandemic.
The data indicates that…