Minister of Justice, Yvonne Dausab, has advised aggrieved employees who are subjected to mandatory COVID-19 vaccination by their employers, to consult the Ministry of Labour and Employment Creation. This, the Namibia press agency reports follows an outcry by the public on the legal stance on mandatory vaccinations at workplaces, sparked by some companies who have mandated their employees to get vaccinated or face being banned from their respective workplaces. Dausab explained that the choice and rights of one person are limited by the choice and rights of others, adding that the government hopes a court will decide about such competing interests.
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