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Kaspar Hauser

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The Ethics of Refusing Vaccination
« on: March 30, 2021, 07:43:20 pm »
Does society (family members, etc) have a right to demand we be vaccinated?

There are those accusing vaccination-refuseniks of behaving like drunk drivers:  Here’s How We Handle People Who Refuse to Get COVID Vaccines

A related article ends with this:

In another 10 months, many vaccinated Americans may have a clear answer to what they owe the unvaccinated: absolutely nothing at all.

The vaccinators appear to fancy themselves on the moral high ground.

ALSO:  Can an Employee Refuse to Get a COVID-19 Vaccine?

In the article, Which US demographics are more likely to refuse a COVID-19 vaccine?, I notice that my leanings are in line with "Sets" I myself would not be placed in by those who use statistics to make general (yet false) statements.

According to a Texas A&M-led survey, the groups most likely to reject a COVID-19 vaccine are Black people, women, and those with conservative political leanings.

Nothing that is so, is so.

This is a highly personal decision.  I find it more than a little disturbing that people are propagandizing with Guilt Campaigns or politicizing such a decision.  Will mistrusting the Zookeepers be criminalized?
« Last Edit: March 30, 2021, 09:27:13 pm by Sticks and Stones »
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