A New South Wales (NSW) paramedic who filed a legal challenge against the state government over the vaccine mandate has been suspended immediately.
John Larter, a veteran paramedic and deputy mayor of Snow Wallis Council, has filed a lawsuit against NSW State Health Minister Brad Hazard challenging the public health order for health workers to receive the first dose of the vaccine by Sep0 September and the second dose by Nov. 30.
In a video posted on his telegram account, Larter revealed that he was called to meet with NSW’s paramedicine council on September 17, the same day a judge heard the first case.
He said he was trying to prepare a hearing date, but it was not approved.
“So, I went there effectively without any legal representation. Two and a half hours later, and after being grilled by them, I received a letter from them today suggesting that I be immediately suspended as a paramedic, ”he said.
“I hope these people are very proud of themselves. I hope they are very satisfied that they have taken one more paramedic with a lot of experience on the road, ”he said.
“It simply came to our notice then. This is a very good result for the community and Brad Hazard, and [NSW Premier] Gladys Bereziclian. “
“What is happening is outrageous. I just can’t believe it’s happening at NSW. No wonder these nurses, doctors, other health professionals and the police won’t say anything, see what happens! You get suspended. ”
Larter has vowed to fight the suspension.
NSW’s paramedicine council confirmed to The Epoch Times that Larter had been suspended until September 20, noting that he could appeal the decision at any time, on the basis of which the council would reconsider its position.
A spokesman said: “The council’s highest obligation is to protect the public by ensuring paramedics practice and to the community according to their expected professional standards.”
The council told The Epoch Times under the law’s confidentiality provisions that it could not reveal the reason for the suspension.
Under Section 150 of the Health Practitioners Regulation National Law (NSW), it has the power to suspend or impose conditions on the registration of a health practitioner “to protect the health or safety of the public”.
The country’s top accredited body for health practitioners, the Australian Health Practitioners Regulation Agency (AHPRA) has previously confirmed to The Epoch Times that they have received medical professionals failing to meet their code of conduct obligations as well as allegations of cowardly violations-19 medical health guidelines.
AHPRA states that it has received complaints from health practitioners for giving opinions contrary to public health advice (without evidence to support these opinions); Prescribing non-evidence-based treatment without proper disclosure of risks or benefits; And violating public health orders (and being fined) for not doing social distance, wearing masks, or complying with health restrictions.
“Experience tells us that most practitioners, when directly concerned with them, change their behavior,” an experienced spokesman told The Epoch Times.
“In a small number of cases, national boards are likely to take steps to ensure that practitioners’ actions do not put the public at risk of harm.”
Larter’s case was referred to Sydney-based anesthetist Dr. After the temporary dismissal of Paul Osterhuis, who suspended himself in early September over allegations of his social media activity.
“For the social media posts for which I face medical board hearings, I have discussed evidence of government action against Covid-1 against first aid and prophylaxis, lockdowns and PCR tests, and evidence of Covid’s risk-benefit analysis. 1 vaccine, ”he wrote in an application to doctors for covid ethics.
Oosterhuis will appeal his stay.
Meanwhile, Larter’s vaccine mandate legal action includes the third “wave” of legal action directed by the NSW health authority that challenges the state’s response to Covid-1 to, including vaccine mandate and health restrictions.
Larter, an online fundraiser, has already raised 104,228 as of Sept. 21 to cover his legal costs.
“I am fighting for this because I strongly believe that a person should not be discriminated against because of his medical condition, and under no circumstances should he be excluded from the workplace because of that medical status,” he said on his GoFundMe page.
This News Originally From – The Epoch Times