COVID-19 and Compulsory Vaccination: An Acceptable Form of Coercion?

The New Bioethics 28 (1):4-26 (2021)

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The paper considers whether the British Government could make receiving a COVID-19 vaccine effectively legally mandatory. After considering the position in English law, it considers the ethical pos...

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