I find no difficulty in this alleged paradox. I’ll be very blunt. On the matter of abortion, it is absolutely a matter of bodily autonomy. The right to an abortion is a vital matter of bodily autonomy to which the woman is completely entitled and which affects no one else. The argument that is raised against this is that “someone else” is in fact involved, namely the fetus. But in the first couple of trimesters of pregnancy, neither a fertilized egg, nor a blastocyte, nor a fetus, is by any rational definition a “person” except in the fevered brains of delusional zealots, usually driven by the same kind of religious fanaticism that causes them to kill abortion doctors, or the fanaticism of a different religion that produced the horrible devastation of 9/11.
On the matter of vaccinations, first of all no one has said that COVID vaccinations must be imposed by force. But refusing to get vaccinated for a pandemic plague should have all the consequences commensurate with it being a major public health hazard. To say that a vaccine refuser “affects others” is an understatement. Such an individual not only affect everyone that s/he comes in contact with, but that person is also a potential incubator of deadly new variants that may not only be more deadly and contagious than the original, but may even start to affect the vaccinated population, and potentially even rekindle the global plague all over again.