The Washington Post  |  March 8, 2021

Lawrence Gostin, a professor at Georgetown University who specializes in public health law, argues that it would be “unethical and arguably illegal” to mandate the coronavirus vaccines now, given that the emergency use approval requires a lower standard of safety and efficacy data than full approval.

Gostin also points to another obstacle: Right now, there simply aren’t enough shots to go around. “It’s hard to mandate something that you can’t get,” he said.

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