Hey WA, you think your safe in your little covid safe bubble but let me tell you that you are not, if you care enough to take the time to read the WA PUBLIC HEALTH ACT 2016 you will see that under a state of emergency ‘they say’ YOU DO NOT HAVE A CHOICE!!! ACTS AND LEGISLATION are insights into the plans your caring government has for you!!!
185. Enforcement of requirement to undergo medical observation or medical or other procedure(1)If an emergency officer gives a direction to a person under section
184 (1)(c) to undergo medical observation, medical examination or medical treatment or to be vaccinated, an emergency officer or police officer may use reasonable force to ensure that the direction is complied with, including, if necessary —
(a) to apprehend and detain the person to whom the direction applies (the relevant person) and take the relevant person to a place where the person is required to undergo medical observation, medical examination or medical treatment or to be vaccinated in accordance with the direction; and
(b) to detain the relevant person at the place where he or she is required to undergo medical observation, medical examination or medical treatment or to be vaccinated in accordance with the direction; and
(c) to restrain the relevant person —(i) to enable a medical observation, medical examination or medical treatment to be carried out; or(ii)to enable the relevant person to be vaccinated;and
(d) to remove anything (including underwear) that the relevant person is wearing, if —(i) the removal of the thing is reasonably necessary to enable a medical examination or medical treatment to be carried out or, as the case requires, to enable the person to be vaccinated; and (ii) the relevant person is given a reasonable opportunity to remove the thing himself or herself, and refuses or fails to do so.
(2) A direction under section 184(1) (c) to undergo medical examination or medical treatment or to be vaccinated authorises —
(a) in the case of a direction to undergo medical examination —(i) the carrying out of that medical examination in accordance with the direction; and (ii) the testing of any sample obtained or taken in connection with that medical examination; and
(b) in the case of a direction to undergo medical treatment —(i) the giving of medical treatment to the relevant person in accordance with the direction; and (ii) the testing of any sample obtained or taken in connection with that medical treatment;and (c) in the case of a direction to be vaccinated, the vaccination of the relevant person.
(3) If any action taken under subsection (1) involves the removal of an item of clothing —(a) it must be done with decency and sensitivity and in a manner that gives to the relevant person the degree of privacy and dignity that is consistent with ensuring compliance with the direction; and(b)the emergency officer or police officer taking the action and any other person present while it is done (excluding any person who is carrying out any medical examination or medical treatment or vaccinating the relevant person) must, if practicable, be of the same gender as the relevant person; and (c) the number of people present while it is done (excluding a person who is present under paragraph (d)) must be no more than is reasonably necessary to ensure that the direction is complied with effectively and to ensure the safety of all present; and (d) if the relevant person is a child or an impaired person, it must, if practicable, be done in the presence of a responsible person or some other person who can provide the child or impaired person with support and represent his or her interests.
(4)This section does not limit section 199.
BUT WAIT THERE’S MORE…
I invite you to read SECTION 71 of the CRIMINAL CODE ACT 1995 where they give UN personnel criminal immunity from medical rape. This in combination with the WA PUBLIC HEALTH ACT 2016 IS HORRIFYING!!!!
71.1 Purpose The purpose of this Division is to protect United Nations and associated personnel and give effect to the Convention on the Safety of United Nations and Associated Personnel.
(1) A person commits an offence if:
(a) the person sexually penetrates another person without the consent of that person; and
(3) In this section:
sexually penetrate means:
(a) penetrate (to any extent) the genitalia or anus of a person by any part of the body of another person or by any object manipulated by that other person; or
(b) penetrate (to any extent) the mouth of a person by the penis of another person; or
(c) continue to sexually penetrate as defined in paragraph (a) or (b).
(4) In this section, being reckless as to a lack of consent to sexual penetration includes not giving any thought to whether or not the person is consenting to sexual penetration.
(5) In this section, the genitalia or others parts of the body of a person include surgically constructed genitalia or other parts of the body of the person.
A person is not criminally responsible for an offence against section 71.8 in respect of any sexual penetration carried out in the course of a procedure in good faith for medical or hygienic purposes.
Note: A defendant bears an evidential burden in relation to the matter in this section, see subsection 13.3(3).