INDIA: No person can be forced to get vaccinated against their wishes: Centre to Supreme Court

The Centre said this in its affidavit filed in response to a plea by NGO Evara Foundation seeking door-to-door, priority COVID-19 vaccination for persons with disabilities

The Centre has told the Supreme Court that COVID-19 inoculation guidelines issued by the Union Health Ministry do not envisage forcible vaccination without obtaining the consent of an individual.

On the issue of exempting persons with disabilities from producing vaccination certificates, the Centre told the apex court that it has not issued any SOP that makes it mandatory to carry the vaccination certificate for any purpose.


Freedom of choice for medical treatments—especially experimental ones—used to be something Americans were completely confident was an unalienable right. Two years ago few of us could have imagined that today we would be battling totalitarian health authorities on many fronts and losing on some of them. What’s worse is a large number of Americans actually want govt to go further with its autocratic dictates; see this: 45 Percent of Democrats Support Forced Quarantine Camps for Unvaccinated. ABN

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