EDITORIAL: Safety first

Unvaccinated individuals should not complain if they are treated differently from the vaccinated ones. It’s their choice to make, it’s the consequence they face.

As we slowly open up businesses and places of convergence, it becomes apparent that the rule on customer safety and security from infection be treated as priority concern. Hence, it is academic that establishments allow only the vaccinated to enter its premises.

Nothing personal against individuals who remain unvaccinated by choice or circumstances, but with the demands of safety, there is no compromise for one’s health.

This leads us to the question of whether or not the unvaccinated should be denied entry to restaurants or places of convergence as a legal and moral question.

The risks of spreading the virus is high where people who have not been vaccinated yet are allowed to be in the same room with those who had their shots.

Again, it is a matter of choice.

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