Predictions about COVID-19

Predictions about COVID-19

Predictions about COVID-19

Vaccine Passports are coming

In 2021 we learned a new phrase: “vaccine passport”.

A vaccine passport does not confirm its carrier’s citizenship or identity, though it may affect their ability to travel internationally, to work or even enter certain domestic and entertainment venues.

The purpose of a vaccine passport is to allow governments and private businesses to confirm the degree to which a person may be at risk of contracting COVID-19 or spreading it to others around them.

Co Vid Vax Vex

Co Vid Vax Vex

Co Vid Vax Vex

Australia has committed to a national COVID vaccination program – described as the largest peacetime operation in Australia.

Australia’s federal industrial relations minister Christian Porter has reportedly told employers the government will not mandate vaccines in workplaces.

That means making the legality of workplace vaccination policies more “black-and-white” will need to come from the state and territory governments, using their regulatory powers under their work health and safety acts.

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Socially Distanced Execution of Estate Planning Documents in South Australia

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During these unique and unprecedented times, we at Genders and Partners are still working hard to help our clients and their families create and update their estate plans efficiently, while also focusing on keeping everyone safe through social distancing practices.

We take very seriously the need to protect you and our staff.

As part of a client’s estate plan signings, we review all documents that our clients will be signing in-depth with them and discuss their overall plan before any documents are signed.

COVID-19 Information

COVID-19 Information

COVID-19 Information

The offices of Genders and Partners remain open, and we continue to monitor the COVID-19 outbreak closely as it evolves.

We receive frequent briefings and alerts from the Law Society of South Australia, the Law Council of Australia and the international Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners.

The South Australian and Federal Governments, as well as the World Health Organisation, are providing ongoing directions on the temporary closure of non-essential activities and businesses to help slow the spread of COVID-19.