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Talking to the publication Natalie addressed articles 5 (the right to liberty), 8 (autonomy to make your own decisions) and 9 (the right to freedom of thought) of the Human Rights Act 1998 and the extent to which compulsory vaccines would infringe on these rights, saying: “It is difficult to balance individual rights and public safety. The introduction may also cause some articles to conflict with each other, as Article 2 states that everyone has a right to life and a way of upholding this right is by vaccinating the population to protect the more vulnerable members of society.”
Adding: “It is therefore difficult to say whether individuals will be forced to have the vaccine. On one hand, compulsory vaccines would contravene Articles 5, 8 and 9 of the HRA but on the other hand, these rights can be varied if it is in the public interests to prevent the spread of disease.”
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