Unfortunately, without the additional information requested in my first/previous response, I will not be able to give you detailed advice to your question, but I will be able to give you a general answer, which I hope will be of assistance. If you are able to supply the additional information later, please do so and I will then come back to you with a more detailed answer.
You are correct that you do indeed have a choice whether to accept and take the covid19 vaccine or not. That choice is yours and yours alone to make. No one is going to force you to have the vaccine. However, just like you have the freedom and choice to have the vaccine or nor, so does the government and employers to state that any employees are require to be vaccinated for the safety of other employees, staff, customers, guests etc.
If a policy is brought in place that requires a person to be vaccinated to remain in their current position for the safety of others then legally that is allowed. Again no one is forcing a person to have the vaccine.
The choice remains theirs. If however it means a person could loose their job or be required to relocate or work in a different position, that is unfortunately a risk individuals take.
Your human rights are not being breached. You have a free and open choice to take the vaccine or not. The safety and risk factors that can affect others do take priority over an individuals job, sorry but that is the way it is.
I hope this helps answer your question, I appreciate it is not what you would want to hear, but often with the law, that is the case.
Thank you for using Just Answer and for allowing me to assist you with your legal enquiry. I am pleased I was able to be of assistance. Please do not hesitate to come back to me for further advice on this or any other legal matter. It will be my pleasure to be able to assist you again.