Some people can't be helped, or don't want to be helped. Offered a Covid jab, many thousands reject the vaccination that saves lives. Theirs, their loved ones and the rest of us. We rely on each other to "do the right thing". So should the jab be mandatory? This is not, generally speaking, a nation that lives by compulsion. Inoculation against the viral killer is voluntary – up to now. But should those working at close quarters with the public, in hospitals, care homes, even buses and trains, be obliged to take the protection they're offered? It is already compulsory among senior medical staff in the NHS. Boris Johnson says the Government is reviewing "the whole issue", including vax-passports for public events. Individual freedom is important, but it's not absolute. Why should there be unfettered freedom to infect others with a virus that has taken the lives of 120,000 people in the UK? There needs to be some hard thinking here. It cannot be right for workers, professionals or volunteers whose activity necessarily brings them into close personal contact with the public to demand the freedom not to be vaccinated. I am at one with my old boss Piers Morgan… Read full this story
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