/ Modified jan 12, 2021 9:56 a.m.

Legality of potential COVID-19 vaccination requirements

The history of vaccination requirements offers insight to how COVID-19 vaccines may be implemented.

With two vaccines claimed to be around 95% effective and preparations underway for distribution across the country, Lorraine Rivera spoke to University of Arizona law professor Kirin Goff about possible COVID-19 vaccine requirements. Goff also discussed the history of vaccine requirements in different venues, like schools, and what Americans can expect in the future.

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