Students’ plea to block Indiana U. vaccine mandate rejected by Justice Barrett | Ars Technica

"Given Jacobson v. Massachusetts, which holds that a state may require all members of the public to be vaccinated against smallpox, there can't be a constitutional problem with vaccination against SARS-CoV-2," said the decision by a three-judge panel at the appeals court. The plaintiffs also made a due-process argument, but multiple court decisions show that "such an argument depends on the existence of a fundamental right ingrained in the American legal tradition," the ruling said. "Yet Jacobson, which sustained a criminal conviction for refusing to be vaccinated, shows that plaintiffs lack such a right. To the contrary, vaccination requirements, like other public-health measures, have been common in this nation."

You, or anyone else has no right to endanger others. Period.