The Australian Government confirms COVID-19 vaccination causes Myocarditis by providing a new Medicare scheme for Myocarditis associated with mRNA COVID-19 vaccination. State Governments are about to force you the parent to vaccinate your child, an example is the Queensland State Government will compel, when and if you fail to do so, by use of the Child Protection Act 1999 (QLD) to over ride your withdrawal of consent and force the vaccine that cause myocarditis as confirmed by the Chief Practitioner for the Department of Children, Youth Justice and Multicultural Affairs, Meegan Crawford.
CHILD PROTECTION ACT 1999 - SECT 97
Carrying out medical examinations or treatment
97 Carrying out medical examinations or treatment
(1) This section applies if—
(a) an authorised officer or police officer—
(i) takes a child into the chief executive’s custody; and
(ii) seeks medical examination of, or treatment for, the child; or
(b) a child is in the chief executive’s custody under this Act and the chief executive seeks medical examination of, or treatment for, the child; or
(c) an order for a child authorises the child’s medical examination or treatment.
Under section 28 (1) (b) a temporary assessment order may authorise the medical examination or treatment of the child. Also, under section 45 (1) (b) a court assessment order may authorise the medical examination or treatment of the child.
(2) A health practitioner may medically examine or treat the child.
(3) Subsection (2) applies even though the child’s parents have not consented to the examination or treatment.
(4) However, subsection (2) is subject to the rights the child has in relation to the examination or treatment.
(5) Also, the health practitioner may only carry out medical treatment that is reasonable in the circumstances.
(6) If this section applies because of subsection (1) (a) or (b) or because of an order mentioned in subsection (1) (c) that is an assessment order, the health practitioner must give the chief executive or police commissioner a report about the medical examination or treatment.
(7) For the purpose of deciding any liability in relation to the carrying out of the examination or treatment, the health practitioner is taken to have the consent of the child’s parents to the examination or treatment.
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