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Could the coronavirus vaccine be mandatory in Australia? Experts say it’s possible – ABC News

News this week that Australia could have 25 million doses of the so-called “Oxford vaccine” raises some serious ethical questions about how the vaccine would be distributed — including whether it should be mandatory.

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News this week that Australia could have 25 million doses of the so-called “Oxford vaccine” available by early 2021 raises hope that a way to control COVID-19’s spread may not be far away.
But it also raises some serious ethical questions about how the vaccine would be distributed including whether it should be mandatory.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison who originally declared yesterday the vaccine would be “mandatory” before revising his language to “encouraged” added to speculation by suggest…

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