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South Korea’s COVID-19 testing programme relies on what many would call privacy invasions.
A legal expert assesses whether failing to provide adequate PPE is a breach of human rights during the coronavirus pandemic.
It is unclear what happens to these people and their families should they get sick, or worse still, pass away in the line of duty.
New legislation gives the government power to clamp down on public gatherings – but the changes have a time limit.
At times of high tension, governments can be cornered into making mistakes by responding to the wrong pressures.
We don’t have a government where we can take a default position of trust, but emergency temporary, non-liberal, centrally-controlled measures may be needed because of coronavirus pandemic.