Covid-19 Australia: Two of Australia’s biggest banks to require their 75,000 staff to get a jab


Two of Australia’s biggest companies FORCE their 75,000 staff to get a Covid vaccine










Two of Australia’s biggest companies have announced they will require their 75,000 staff to get a mandatory Covid vaccine. 

Westpac and Commonwealth Bank will require staff who intend to return to their workplace to be fully vaccinated against coronavirus. 

The mandate will affect around 75,000 staff nation-wide including thousands who currently work in two lenders in Sydney’s CBD. 

Westpac and Commonwealth Bank will require staff who intend to return to their workplace to be fully vaccinated against the coronavirus (pictured, a man walks past a Westpac in Sydney)

Westpac and Commonwealth Bank will require staff who intend to return to their workplace to be fully vaccinated against the coronavirus (pictured, a man walks past a Westpac in Sydney)

Westpac chief executive Peter King has stated the mandate is necessary to protect the safety of both employees and the financial giant’s customers.  

More to come. 

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