Three reasons for and against mandatory vaccinations

A woman receives Astrazeneca Covid-19 jab during the launch of the mass vaccination campaign at Mulago Women’s Specialised Hospital in Kampala on March 10, 2020. PHOTO/FILE    

What you need to know:

  • Covid-19 has been wrecking havoc around the world and with a new variant sending countries back to lockdown many are encouraging their people to go for vaccinations in a bid to curb its spread. 

Nearly two years since Chinese doctors first observed mysterious new cases of pneumonia, Covid-19 is still with us. On top of that, what has been described as the most worrying variant yet has emerged. Could mandatory vaccinations be a way out?


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