In Australia, the COVID-19 vaccination will not be compulsory.
However, it has been mentioned that only those who have been vaccinated might be allowed access to various services such as air travel.
Some other facilities, such as sports stadiums and theatres, might also restrict entry to those who have been vaccinated.
About 9% of survey respondents have said they will not take the vaccination.
It is possible that this group may continue to face various restrictions that are currently in place for protection against the virus.
Some of those, that have stated they will refuse the vaccination, have stated that airlines may not be able to legally discriminate against them.
However it has also been said that an airline could offer an option for a non vaccinated person to purchase three seats for themselves, to ensure space between them and other passengers.
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