Suhakam: ‘Balancing act’ needed to address anti-vax discrimination

'Restrictions should not disable their basic human rights.'

22/10/2021 2:22:00 PM

Suhakam: ‘Balancing act’ needed to address anti-vax discrimination

'Restrictions should not disable their basic human rights.'

Suhakam commissioner Jerald Joseph (above) reminded that it was within an individual’s right to choose not to take the Covid-19 vaccine, with some groups choosing to make that decision.“The commission feels that we can...Unlocking ArticleShow your support for robust journalism

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“Even though there are reasonable restrictions, these should not disable the basic human rights of the unvaccinated'. As long as no human rights violation! What balancing act? Anti-vaxxers and the unvaccinated have already won their game against Khairy Jamaluddin. They know Khairy Jamaluddin can do nothing to them.

Unless you have a medical condition that prevents you from taking the vaccine, your choice to wilfully endanger yourself and the community around you shouldn't be given any protection.

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