[Governance] Council of Europe rules that Covid Vaccines are not Mandatory
ken at stubbs.com
Wed Feb 3 18:19:13 EST 2021
Sala & All...
I really don't have an issue with vaccines being mandatory but I do feel
that if someone refuses the vaccine they they should be personally
obligated for any medical costs incurred should they subsequently
contract Covid and require medical services or hospitalization.
I do not feel that society should bear the burden for medical costs of
this nature as a result of personal refusal to be vaccinated by someone.
On 2/2/21 18:53, Salanieta T. Tamanikaiwaimaro via Governance wrote:
> 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
> 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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