[Governance] Council of Europe rules that Covid Vaccines are not Mandatory

Salanieta T. Tamanikaiwaimaro salanieta.tamanikaiwaimaro at gmail.com
Tue Feb 2 18:53:34 EST 2021

Hi Guys,

   1. The Parliamentary Assembly of the CoE in its Resolution said a host
   of things such as *making the Covid-19 vaccines accessible to all *and
   that they were not mandatory nor that those that refuse to take them should
   be discriminated against. To see the Resolution, visit this link
   2. In case civil society is interested in putting submissions before
   February 16th to the Council of Europe's Committee of Experts on Combating
   Hate Speech (ADI/MSI-DIS), the CMDSI Secretariat is accepting
submissions. (Terms
   of Reference <https://rm.coe.int/native/0900001680992ceb>).
   3. Of note also is that there would be *increased online censorship* to
   watch for disinformation and misinformation.
   4. Here is an opinion piece I wrote on the Council of Europe
   Parliamentary Resolution mentioned above where I also make the distinction
   between the US and EU treatment and SCOTUS ruling on "vaccines and product
   liability" and more importantly increased online censorship, see here.


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