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Running head: SHOULD THE COVID VACCINE BE MANDATORY
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SHOULD THE COVID VACCINE BE MANDATORY
Should The Covid Vaccine Be Mandatory
Covid 19 vaccine should be made mandatory to the population, as it helps the health care department and government leaders to deal effectively with a much bigger problem. Since its outbreak, the disease has massively affected the economic stability and overall performance of people all over the world. It has also seen the death of a large number of people, especially those that suffered other underlying conditions. Below is a brief analysis of the effects of covid 19;
1. On the public health
Covid 19 virus is communicable and can easily spread from one person to another.  Analysis of the impact of this disease has shown that low-income countries are the most affected. This is mainly because the hospitals are not properly equipped; thus, people cannot get adequate care (Gostin et al., 2021). Additionally, the outbreak has seen a strain in the health care facilities due to overcrowding which has also affected the provision of care of patients suffering from other diseases. Thus this vaccine will make things relatively easy for this sector.
2. Financial status
The administration of this vaccine is free, as it is meant to safeguard the world from a significantly larger health care issue. This means that everyone can access the vaccine, regardless of their financial position. Essentially, this is an easier problem to solve as compared to treatment of the disease as it is more expensive.
3. Ethical consideration
The ethical considerations that should be adhered to when issuing this vaccine are the health benefits that it has on the population. Additionally, the vaccines are meant to consider and protect disadvantaged individuals.  Given the effects of the virus on people all over the world, people should have the incentive to take the vaccine.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
References
Gostin, L. O., Salmon, D. A., & Larson, H. J. (2021). Mandating COVID-19 vaccines. Jama, 325(6), 532-533.
 Jackson, D. & Newberry, P. (2016). Critical thinking: A user’s manual (2nd ed.). Boston, MA: Wadsworth: Cengage Learning.