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Compulsory vaccination: what does human rights law say?

By Kanstantsin Dzehtsiarou, Professor in Human Rights Law, University of Liverpool
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The UK government has opened consultations on mandatory vaccination for frontline health and social care staff in England. The plans could require vaccination against COVID-19 and flu for workers who come into contact with patients and those receiving care.

A policy like this will have implications for the human rights of NHS staff, who will have to agree to be vaccinated to continue their work. Similar policies were introduced in other

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