A social employee has been banned from offering details about Covid-19 vaccines after allegedly sending emails with false claims in regards to the jabs.
A South Australian social employee has been directed to not present well being schooling or details about Covid-19 vaccines after she allegedly despatched out emails making false claims in regards to the jab.
The Well being and Group Providers Complaints Commissioner (HCSCC) Grant Davies issued an interim prohibition order towards Matilda Bawden on Thursday after the organisation obtained a criticism in regards to the emails.
Underneath the order, the girl is prohibited from offering well being companies in respect of well being schooling or the availability of data regarding Covid-19 vaccines.
The ban will stay in place for 12 weeks.
Ms Bawden can proceed providing different well being companies.
Affiliate Professor Davies mentioned this was the third interim prohibition order the HCSCC had issued to unregistered healthcare employees about false Covid vaccine info in current instances.
“As I’ve all the time acknowledged, my main concern is the security of members of the South Australian public,” he mentioned.
“Subsequently, I’ve determined to research this matter as I’m involved about what Ms Bawden has expressed in her emails.
“The code applies to all unregistered well being companies, together with social employees.”
Anybody with info or issues can contact the HCSCC on 8226 8666.
Initially revealed as Covid-19 SA: Social employee’s ban over false vaccine emails