Kerala High Court inquired from state and center about the transmit of Covid-19

Kerala High Court inquired from the state and the center that what is the chance about the transmitting of covid-19 infection of a non- vaccinated person in comparision to a vaccinated person.

The Kerala High Court inquired from the state and center that a petition filed before the court that there is no any scientific data which show about the transmitting of covid-19 by the non-vaccinated person is likely more than that of vaccinated person, so what about this.

This question asked by the court when a man challenge a government order about the vaccination certificate or RT PCR negative report is mandatory for visit some place.

In this case the petitioner submitted several RT PCR tests report before the court and said it is very difficult to bring the RT PCR report every time and this is very costly because the cost of test is more than 500/-.

The petitioner also said that I don’t want to take the vaccine because he has doubt about the efficiency of vaccine because the vaccinated person are also getting infected and even dying.

The petitioner also said the taking of vaccine is purely voluntarily and there is no law which makes it mandatory. And he takes every possible stapes to prevent the infection like wear the mask, maintain the social distancing and also follow the lockdown restriction.

And the petitioner also said that he is entitle to take the decision about he should take the vaccine or not.

But the court disagree with the argue of the petitioner, but inquired from the state and the state regarding this.

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