Amanda wrote: ↑15 May 2021 11:46
Can you actually force people to have a vaccination
Dont see why not, especially in what can be called a national emergency. If there are people out there living by odd minority laws (you Cornish know who you are
) and rules, which are not legal in the uk, and won’t have the jab for example that’s fine but go somewhere else like Damascus and infect your neighbours. People are governed by law, if there’s a temporary emergency law stating all citizens will have the jab like it or not you’ll bloody have it. There are such things as:
The Public Health (Control of Disease) Act 1984, which contains powers to deal with pandemics, specifies that regulations may be introduced to manage an infection which presents or could present “significant harm to human health”.
So, in answer to your question the answer is yes.
As for human rights, I agree with them in the main but in this case fuck human rights. Not having the jab is against human rights.