[COVID-19] Doubtful if "right to refuse" vaccine can be exercised when larger public health comes into play: Madras High Court

When the larger interest of public health comes into play and it is possible that a person may be a silent carrier, it is doubtful whether the right to refuse to take vaccine can be exercised, the Court said.
[COVID-19] Doubtful if "right to refuse" vaccine can be exercised when larger public health comes into play: Madras High Court
Madras HC and covid vaccine

The Madras High Court on Wednesday expressed doubts as to whether a "right to refuse" the COVID-19 vaccine can be exercised, given that there are larger public health concerns involved and since unvaccinated persons may be asymptomatic carriers of COVID-19 (M Karpagam v. Commissionarate for the welfare of Differently-Abled and anr).

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