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With COVID-19 restrictions lifting, ‘immune-insecure’ people have to navigate added risks in social life

By Michael Nijhawan, Associate Professor in Cultural Sociology, York University, Canada
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Current debates over vaccine passports and mandates are troubling — beyond the privacy concerns bioethicists have raised. This is especially true when you consider people with medical exemptions have become subject to “reasonable accommodations,” a term many scholars have debunked for its regulatory power with regards to disability and social…

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