Vaccine requirements: a comparative legal analysis of different jurisprudential and regulatory instances in the U.S. States
The work here presented describes the approach of some Courts of federated States and of the Supreme Courts about the exceptions to mandatory vaccine requirements in order to contrast the Covid-19 pandemic. About the tools of comparative law, analyzing the different approach of the state’s Court we can define a paradigm used in most of the western State. Moreover, due to the scarcity of time to evaluate the decisions taken by the executive bodies we can also trace a model of reaction to crisis of the constitutional State. In this paper are analyzed and discussed the main jurisprudence cases of Michigan, Maine and the State of New
York. In the latter part the decision taken by the executive branch are analyzed, specially that one related to the moratory on evictions. This paper concludes with a quick reflection on the renewed interest sparked by the recent pandemic with respect to the importance of vaccine prevention for the lives of various state systems and individuals
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