This question came up because I read that Bolsonaro, Brazil's president, was criticized by the opposition for saying that COVID-19 vaccinations won't be mandatory. The opposition said that the vaccine should be a requirement, which means that if they were in power, then everyone in Brazil would be forced to get vaccinated.
Specifically for the United States, is it possible that getting vaccinated become a law? In other words, I would be breaking the law if I decide not to get vaccinated.
Is something like this remotely possible?
The reason I ask: countries are trying to develop a vaccine as fast as humanly possible and possibly trying to cut corners to have the vaccine approved. Superpowers like the US, Russia, and China are all making claims.
Here in the US, being an election year, the CDC is already saying that two unidentified vaccines will be available in October or November. I feel this is being done in a hurry, and I wouldn't want the government to force me to get vaccinated with a brand-new drug with limited testing.