Supreme Court on Covid-19 Vaccination: The Supreme Court of the country (Supreme Court) has made it clear that no person should be forced to be vaccinated against Covid. In this regard, Article 21 states that the right to privacy must be respected.
Supreme Court on Covid-19 Vaccination: The Supreme Court of the country (Supreme Court) has made it clear that no person should be forced to be vaccinated against Covid. In this case, the provision of Article 21 of the Constitution not to infringe on personal privacy should be respected. The Supreme Court disagreed with the petitioner’s contention that the Covid vaccine policy currently being implemented in the country was unreasonable and could not be said to be arbitrary. At the same time the Supreme Court clarified that certain conditions may be imposed in a policy formulated by the government for the wider public interest. The Supreme Court has directed that the conditions imposed by some state governments and agencies to prevent the entry of unvaccinated persons into public places should be recalled due to the prevailing circumstances. Covid said such sanctions were inappropriate as the number of cases was low. The apex court also directed the Center to disclose data on the adverse effects of Covid-19 vaccination. A bench headed by Justices L Nageshwara Rao and BR Gawai passed the order.
Petitioner Dr. Jacob Puliel objected in his petition that it was unconstitutional to say that vaccinations must be taken. He is a former member of the National Technical Advisory Group. Counsel for the petitioner argued in the Supreme Court that there had been no proper investigation into the Covid vaccine being given in India and that it was inappropriate to disclose data on the adverse effects of the vaccine.
Lawyers for the central and state governments have argued in the Supreme Court that they are not forcing anyone to take the vaccines. At the same time it said it was taking steps to give more Covid vaccines in terms of public health.
Kovaggin vaccine maker Bharat Biotech and Kovshield vaccine maker Serum Institute have told the Supreme Court that they have provided data on their vaccines to the relevant government regulator. The petitioner, however, objected that there were arguments to belittle their findings. (Source)
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