The State health emergency under Covid-19

Eda Çela, Francesco Angelone

Abstract


These months we have been witness of the various extraordinary measures that governments have adopted, as a response to COVID-19 emergency. The decisions of different governments have raised significant concerns about its possible social and economic repercussions; in addition it brought out the critical issues of the current health systems present in the countries involved in terms of minimum levels of care guarantee.

At the same time, it constitutes an interesting opportunity to reflect on certain legal aspects of constitutional and legal compatibility, related to the adoption of the numerous regulatory provisions, measures and limitations, through which States have attempted to stem the rampant epidemiological phenomenon, called COVID-19.


Parole chiave


COVID-19; emergency; measures; freedoms; constitution

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.15162/2612-6583/1187

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