The Australian government has backed the use of vaccine passports, but that won't deny healthcare services to its citizens.
Amid this, there are claims made on social media that the government is trying to implement the vaccine policy by force. Many users claim that people will not be eligible for various government services if they refuse to be vaccinated. They used a short clip of Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews to give credence to their claim.
However, vaccination is not compulsory in Australia, and people have the option to choose. Further, Mr. Andrews only said that his government would support the vaccine passport program, which meant many people would not be able to participate in social events. Neither he nor the PM said that health care services would be denied to those who are unvaccinated. Hence we mark the claim as false.