India’s Ministry of Health plans to make COVID-19 vaccination mandatory for everyone. But to do this, it is necessary to adopt an Epidemiological law that will allow the Ministry of Health of the country to free its hands and legally oblige all residents to get vaccinated against COVID-19. There is no talk about civil rights, freedom and the right to choose one or another medication.
Such a tough decision will be justified as a «preventive public measure» against the spread of covid-19. However, the lack of information about the medications that are aimed to fight the pandemic, as well as the rejection of any legal consequences for the negative effects of the vaccine on the body, make this position of the Minister of Health vulnerable. And it lets the fans of conspiracy theories off the leash.
People just would not want to get vaccinated without having data on what they are injected with. They are just afraid to get infected with chimpanzee rabies or some other primate disease. This is evidenced by numerous sociological studies of public opinion, which have recently been conducted more and more often due to the relevance of the issue.
The results of studies show that the population is extremely against the idea of forced vaccination.