Qantas CEO confirms receiving vaccine ‘non-negotiable’ for overseas travellers

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Qantas passengers will have to prove they are vaccinated against the coronavirus – once one is made available – if they want to travel on an international flight. The airline’s CEO Alan Joyce confirmed all overseas travellers must receive the jab before boarding the plane. Mr Joyce said the requirements will be non-negotiable and could be applied to domestic flights in the future. Exemptions will be granted to passengers on medical grounds.

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