Human Rights Violations during Covid-19

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Journal Title: Law & Political Review
Author(s): Jeuti Nath
Published On: 15/03/2022
Volume: 7
First Page: 67
Last Page: 72
ISSN: 2581-7191
Publisher: The Law Brigade Publisher

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Jeuti Nath, Human Rights Violations during Covid-19, Volume 7, Law & Political Review, 67-72, Published on 15/03/2022, Available at


Originating in the city of Wuhan, China, the virus spread all over the world rapidly and made a huge loss for humankind. To stop the spread of the virus the whole world undergoes the situation of lockdown. As a result, these countries faced multifaceted losses. On one side losses of life, on the other hand, socio-economic problems arise as a result of lockdown. The World Health Organization declared covid-19 as a pandemic in 2020.Covid-19 has had an unprecedented impact on societies, livelihoods, communities and the wellbeing of families, redefining the overall everyday life of people all around the world. All of these covid-19 have a brutal impact on human rights. While covid-19 poses a huge challenge to the whole society, the impact on vulnerable groups is at its peak. This paper is a study about the impact of public health policies on the enjoyment of human rights. The worsening of such human rights violations increases the need to utilize a human rights approach in response to covid-19.

Keywords: Covid-19, Human Rights, Women, Children, Elderly People, Employees.

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