Yet another call for aid! Here’s a petition request from Family First:
After just 48 hours, we’ve got 14,200+ signatures on our petition. But we need many more if we want the Government (and media!) to take any notice.
THIS IS URGENT! Unfortunately, under the current proposal by the Government, thousands of kiwis have lost their jobs or are going to lose their jobs in the next couple of weeks. A divided society with a ‘no jab no job’ mandate does not sit well with many New Zealanders – even those who support the vaccine programme. It’s just not the kiwi way. We call for an approach to COVID that targets the disease without targeting the unity of kiwis. It was interesting to hear yesterday that Air New Zealand will require customers travelling domestically to either be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 OR test negative before flying. And just today, the Government referred to teachers “who are not fully vaccinated between now and the end of the year, and need to have a weekly test until they are fully vaccinated.”
They seem to understand that there is a ‘middle ground’. This is the solution we are seeking for workplaces, churches, maraes, schools and other public meeting places.
Please consider signing this petition – and then encourage your friends to sign the petition. Just click on any of the links below to share to your social media. We’ve also written a suggestedquick email that could be sent to your contacts. We want to make it as easy and quick as possible for you.
Thank you for considering this request!
Under the Government’s proposed “no jab, no job” policy, unvaccinated New Zealanders will lose their jobs and be excluded from everyday life. I personally think that’s unfair, and unnecessary. There’s a much better way…
With this petition, we are all calling on the Government to allow the use of COVID rapid antigen testing as an alternative for unvaccinated kiwis – a reasonable and workable middle ground that doesn’t divide the country, prevent people from attending church, and set family members against each other.
Would you consider signing the petition, and help us unite New Zealand.
|The website is easy to remember – DontDivideUs.nz|