Sure business have a right to deny service to anyone but that is not what is happening here. It's government demanding business do it. Let business make that decision on their own and we will see what they will decide. I don't remember ever signing social contract, can you show me that contract?You have a right to not vaccinate. People have a right to not let you in their establishment because you don't mask up or are vaccinated. Businesses have a right to not employ you if you don't get vaccinated.
The push for people to vaccinate is FOR THE COMMON GOOD. It is called the social contract. That is why, not just democrats, but all responsible people are pushing for the vaccine. Anyone who does not honor the social contract does not deserve to be a part of society.
And your comment doesn't address how republicans are hypocrites about "my body, my right" when it comes to vaccination yet are the total opposite when it comes to whether a woman can have choice over her own body. Somehow a woman does not have a right to her body when it comes to a choice of whether to have an abortion or not. Suddenly everyone but the woman has a right to her body. It's called hypocrisy.
For all the claims about freedom, republicans seem to love passing laws that oppress the freedoms of women and minorities.
COVID can go away if the overwhelming majority of the population chooses to vaccinate. Debilitating diseases such as polio has been wiped out, and measles have mostly been wiped out in the US because of vaccines. COVID can be wiped out, or damn near to it, if not for anti-vaxxers. Polio has three serotypes (variations), and type 2 was declared eradicated in 2015, type 3 was declared eradicated in 2018, and type 1 had the last known case in 2018. So don't tell me vaccines don't work. Science shows vaccines work. Measles have mostly been wiped out in the US, and the only major outbreaks are in areas where some ethnic or religious groups refuse vaccination.
Is it a guarantee that COVID will be wiped out if most of the population vaccinates? No. But it sure as hell would reduce the spread of the COVID virus and its ability to mutate if people just vaccinate and mask up and we'd have been back to normal by now if not for the anti-vaxxers.
Covid is very different compare to polio in terms of how virus it self and how vaccine works. Unlike polio, Covid protection goes away after 6 months or so, being this virus will continue to circulate the globe, booster will be need to continue to have protection against. Many experts agree that Covid will be endemic. Also it mutates often, we are talking about 3rd variance that is very contagious within 3 years. Covid vaccine works more like vaccine against influenza compare to one that works against polio