It depends. Are you refusing to get it because you are legitimately concerned about what it could do to you body? Or is it purely based on principle?
If it's the latter, it may not be as freedom-driven as you'd think on the surface. If your choice is directly related to the choice others want you to make then your choice is not based entirely on free will, but as a response to what others are pushing on you. So theoretically, anyone could force you to make any choice since they know what your response is going to be ahead of time.
Is it truly free will if your choice can be that easily manipulated by the actions of others?
A deeper conversation for another time, perhaps.
I believe that when Hitler or Stalin 3.0 rises to power in the next fifty years if mandatory vaccinations exist they will use it to selectively poison all people they consider undesirable, and there will be no resistance to this because no one will even know that it happened. If you get on a list of undesirables, your vaccine will be replaced with a poison and there will be no way to tell the difference. I legitimately believe another holocaust like event is coming, but I've not wanted to say that because I know most of the people I am arguing with are progressives that assume we are 5 minutes away from achieving some kind of racial equity, and that there is no way we are going back.
I am fighting for the right not to get vaccinated, because I believe that is the only way to prevent a silent holocaust.