European Court of Human Rights rules countries can require childhood vaccinations

The European Court of Human Rights ruled on Thursday that European countries can require early childhood vaccinations.

Although the case specifically focused on childhood vaccinations and was brought to the court before the coronavirus pandemic, the 16-1 ruling could have wider implications on the ability of nations to get enough of their populations vaccinated to get the virus under control.

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The court argued that the measures could be seen as “necessary to a democratic society,” adding: “The objective has
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