Liberties' Senior Advocacy Officer Orsolya Reich answers the question of whether mandatory vaccinations schemes actually violate human rights.
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While the EU tries to cool discussions about the vaccine passport, EU member states, international trade organisations and a small town in South Germany take steps to implement it.
The vaccine passport is the hot topic now in Brussels. If the EU & governments add free movement to the list of liberties only available to those who get the vaccination, this will add to the social divide within countries.
While governments around the world are rightly focussing on vaccination strategies to protect people from COVID-19, a debate has heated up as to what the vaccine will entail for our civil liberties – including our right to move freely in the EU.
The way the vaccine is distributed is likely to intensify existing inequalities in society, in three ways.
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