Almost a year into the global pandemic, antivaxxer groups remain as committed as ever to their position and so do the researchers looking develop a vaccine.
Will it be possible to find a path to one or more vaccines that are accepted by a majority of the world? Will vaccination be mandatory? Will a vaccine make it possible for life to return to normal? For kids to go back to school? For travel to become possible again? For people to go out for a cup of coffee without fear of contracting a deadly disease?
In this episode, we explore the debate around any mandatory vaccination campaigns.
From London to Sao Paulo, from Chennai to Bogota, from Edmonton to New York, the question remains about whether vaccines for Covid-19 should be mandatory.
The logistical, legal, ethical, and moral debates will continue to rage and so will the efforts to build confidence in a vaccine.
With over 178 vaccine projects racing to find a shield that would protect humanity against the virus that halted the world in 2020, safety concerns are on the rise.
Vaccine projects like the Sovereign-1, developed by the Cuban regime have generated skepticism among the international community.
As the world races for a safe vaccine, anti-vaxxers are increasingly vocal, issuing loud warnings of the dangers they perceive in an expected global campaign to vaccinate just about everyone against SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes the Covid-19 infection.
The unproven Russian vaccine is fueling their warnings.