The Duty to be Vaccinated Against COVID-19
Many will refuse to be vaccinated against COVID-19 once the vaccine will be available. Many think that there are good reasons to refuse to do so. I will argue in this paper that there is a moral duty to be vaccinated against COVID-19. It is something we do not owe ourselves it is something we owe others. In addition, it is also argued that the state should enforce this duty. The reason for this being that the state has an obligation to protect third parties who cannot be vaccinated for various reasons from serious harm and death.