European Union Parliamentary Assembly Passing Laws To Make Sure Vaccine Is Not Mandatory

Council of Europe making sure vaccine will not be forced or used to dissciminate.

Excellent news from the Council of Europe (CoE), the world’s leading human rights organization. It is the governing body of the European Court of Human Rights. As you’re probably aware the CoE is distinct and separate from the EU. 47 countries including all EU Member States are contracting parties to the CoE and the European Convention on Human Rights (ECHR).

This is excellent news for people concerned about mandatory or coerced vaccination or discrimination on vaccination status.

Today a Council of Europe resolution has been voted that prohibits states from making vaccination against the corona virus mandatory or that it can be used to discriminate against workers or anyone who does not get vaccinated.

Here is the text extracted at specific points and the full resolution in original and original link.

7.3 regarding ensuring high vaccine acceptance:

7.3.1 ensuring that citizens are informed that vaccination is NOT mandatory and that no one is pressured politically, socially or otherwise to get vaccinated if they do not wish to do it yourself;

7.3.2 ensure that no one is discriminated against for not being vaccinated, due to possible health risks or because they do not want to be vaccinated;

7.3 regarding the guarantee of high acceptance of the vaccine;

7.3.1 guarantee that citizens are informed that vaccination is NOT mandatory and that no one is pressured politically, socially or in any other way to be vaccinated, if you don’t want it;

7.3.2 ensure that no one is discriminated against for not having been vaccinated, due to possible health risks or for not wanting to be vaccinated;

https://pace.coe.int/en/files/29004/html