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Introduction and summary 1. We are academics specialising in health law and ethics from the universities of Oxford and York. 2. This evidence submission considers important legal and ethical aspects of SARS-CoV-2 vaccine certification schemes, ie schemes (whose origin is either the state or private actors) that require proof of vaccination (or proof of exemption) as a condition of access to services. 3. Our evidence submission covers the following matters: a) state-originating vaccine requirements [pages 2-5 paragraphs 12-34] b) private-originating vaccine requirements [pages 5-8 paragraphs 35-52]



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