Should we really be surprised when a leading doctor suggests unvaccinated people with Covid-19 should not receive medical treatment?
The idea that doctors would deny treatment just because they disagree with the life choices of a patient is shameful. But is it really so shocking that some doctors are talking this way?
The medical profession in Australia has already nodded approvingly at widespread mandatory vaccination.
And if doctors agree that the state can use coercion to undermine valid consent then everything is suddenly up for grabs, and nothing can be taken for granted.
The Australian Medical Association’s Victorian branch caused consternation when it suggested...
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