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More cases filed against anti-COVID jab ‘consent form’

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The Supreme Court of Mauritius

Complaints against compulsory vaccination are reportedly “piling up” at the Supreme Court.

According to Le Mauricien newspaper, four more people have filed a constitutional complaint to challenge the compulsion to be vaccinated or have a negative PCR test in order to access their workplace or accompany their children to school or to the hospital.

Parents are reportedly against having to sign the Consent Form while the State wants to have no liability if things go wrong.

“They consider this compulsion as “unconstitutional”, the newspaper said.

The plaintiffs are a secretary living with her mother, who is a cardiac patient; a couple living with their four children (one of whom attends a special needs school); a painter and a judo teacher (who accompanies his youngest son for medical treatment at Jeetoo Hospital).

The case will be called to the Supreme Court on September 9.

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