The ban on “mandatory vaccination” has been adopted by the European Court!
The European Court has finally ruled on the ban on mandatory vaccination. The link is at the end with the articles of law of the European Court.
Any vaccination obligation is now illegal by default The Council of Europe
(not to be confused with the EU), to which all European states belong except Belarus, Kosovo and the Vatican, which is the sponsor of the European Court of Human Rights, decided on 27.01.2021 in its resolution 2361/2021, among other things, that no one may be vaccinated against his or her will under pressure.
The 47 member states are asked to point out before vaccination that vaccination is not compulsory and that non-vaccinated people should not be discriminated against.
Discrimination is also expressly prohibited in the case of existing health risks or if a person does not wish to be vaccinated. Vaccine manufacturers are obliged to publish all information about the safety of vaccines.
With this resolution, Europe’s largest human rights organization has now established standards and obligations, as well as created guidelines under international law, which must be implemented by all 47 member states, including the EU as an organization.
Discrimination, for example in the workplace or travel bans for unvaccinated people, are therefore legally excluded.
In any legal proceedings, against any authority, any employer, any travel provider, any official.
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