Spanish Constitutional Court Says No to Mandatory Vaccination


Galicia – The Constitutional Court has almost definitively closed the door on the administrations being able to impose forced vaccination, even in a pandemic, at least with the current legislation.

The Plenary of the court, unanimously, has agreed to maintain the suspension of the provisions of number 5 of art. 38.2 b) of the new Galician Health Law, which empowers the regional health authorities to impose compulsory vaccination on Galician citizens, in order to control transmissible infectious diseases (any, not just covid-19) in situations of serious risk to public health.

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