Vaccines are not safe and effective. In the US, we have what is colloquially referred to as a "Vaccine Court" which was established precisely because it was recognized that vaccines are inherently dangerous, and as such, certain protections for the production companies needed to be instituted while still offering a means of restitution for injury from vaccines. While there are some vaccines with a proven track record, this does not apply, to, for example, COVID-19. Which among other things, has not actually recieved FDA approval, but rather is being used onder "Emergency Use Authorization." Part of the reason for this is that there have not been sufficient studies due to the rushed nature of the compound. VEARS, a voluntary reporting system, has reported over 11k deaths within 3 days of those taking COVID Vax (I'm not sure if a given company is worse or not on this point, as I haven't yet seen that data), especially in younger subjects. In the UK, they have reported over 18k deaths due to adverse reactions, as well as over a million injuries, including some potentailly permanent disabilities. Overall, adverse reactions to the new shot have been stronger in this last 8+ or so months than normal. Potential long term effects are unknown. Certainly, this in and of itself does not mean the medication should not remain available for those that wish to have it. However, each individual should be able to make up their own mind as to what they feel is proper for themselves, keeping in mind the dangers of the disease in question and how much it would impact their lives. Certainly, there's some misinformation about the vaccines purchased by governments the world over... but one of those is that it is perfecly "safe" to take. Or that it would be necessary to take a vaccine if one has obtained a natural immunity due ot prior exposure and recovery from the disease. There are too many diseases in existence that have no vaccination for this to have a significant impact on interactions with immuno-compromised individuals. Further more, it is improper to put responsibility on a person for infecting an immuno-compromised individual unless they have done so with intent (for which there are generally already laws on the subject). Someone looking after or doing care-taking for such a person may wish to consider it as an additional reason to get a vaccine... but the reality is that there are plenty of diseases around there... (including baterial infections etc.) Perhaps even more importantly in the case of the CCPVirus (COVID), Fauci and others pushing for vaccination mandates have expressed that the Vaccines do NOT prevent transmission of the virus in question. Or even prevent one from getting sick, as Linsey Graham and the fleeing Democrats from Texas have shown. I'm not aware of any disease which has been eradicated from the globe. That said, those with a proven track record get taken... and those that don't, whether for "superfluous" reasons or otherwise, generally only take on the risk for themselves. Though fortunately vaccines are not the only method of dealing with most diseases. I'm mostly focused on 1. When a person (child or otherwise) are unable to communicate, in shock, etc. sure, there are pre-standing laws regarding treating people in that instance, as I understand it. I'm glad we agree on that. But the thing about rights is that they take precedence if there's no mitigation. If you're going to force anyone to take a medication against express wishes, you need to justify it for each person individually, not issue broad mandates. That means it can't be an experimental medication. It needs to be proven to be effective. It cannot do more harm than it is intended to heal. It needs to be proven that the subject will otherwise be an immediate danger to themselves or others. And it needs to be targeted only at the specific problem that is causing that immediate threat. A perfectly healthy person, whether a child or an adult... should never have any medication (or any medical proceedure) forced on them (not even by their parents in my view). Nor for them to be extorted to take it by threatening their job(s), ability to access public educational systems; ability to travel within a nation. etc. As far as dystopia... we're much closer to that than you think.