The SA-Best Party legislator called on the Australian government, which has indicated it won't make vaccine passport compulsory, to make them mandatory for access to "hospitality venues, public places, workplaces, and for travel," reports Reclaim the Net.
Pangallo asserts that "vaxports" (vaccine passports) will be crucial to avoid the country suffering a "health and economic catastrophe."
"While people might still have a choice whether or not to get vaccinated, what they can do in the community will need to be controlled and restricted," said the MP.
In other words, those who refuse to take the vaccine should become second class citizens, be discriminated against and remain under de facto lockdown indefinitely.
Citing the threat of new variants, Pangallo stated, "I understand people will think this is a rather drastic and draconian step, but this pandemic continues to evolve in ways and waves nobody can predict."