No legal compulsion to get vaccinated; government cannot be held liable for deaths from COVID vaccine: Central government to Supreme Court

The government also submitted that a strict liability on Union or State governments for administering the vaccine is not legally tenable, since the vaccines are manufactured by third-parties.
Supreme Court, COVID-19 vaccine
Supreme Court, COVID-19 vaccine

While vaccination for COVID-19 is encouraged by the government in public interest, there is no legal compulsion to get vaccinated, the Central government told told the Supreme Court.

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