UAE Legal Amendments During The Covid-19 Pandemic

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Journal Title: Law & Political Review
Author(s): Irfan Ali Thanvi
Published On: 13/05/2022
Volume: 7
First Page: 109
Last Page: 127
ISSN: 2581-7191
Publisher: The Law Brigade Publisher


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Irfan Ali Thanvi, UAE Legal Amendments During The Covid-19 Pandemic, Volume 7, Law & Political Review, 109-127, Published on 13/05/2022, Available at


The pandemic known as COVID-19 has taken the entire globe with a blast. The outbreak which initiated in December 2019, has been reported to have spread across six continents of the world in just a single quarter. The UAE like many other developed countries of the world is trying its best to curb any further spread of the novel virus. Unfortunately, some sectors of the society have taken this situation to work in their vital interest to fulfil ulterior motives, while some others, due to the oblivion of the UAE law get jeopardized by the same token. This negligence on part of several people may turn costly. Hence, I as a lead author on UAE laws decided to research the entire scenario and provide certain plausible legal solutions to our valuable audience. The regulations of the UAE have drastically been amended during the current pandemic of COVID-19, enabling loads of revisions to existing laws. One of the most important issues during the lockdown has been to regulate food supplies and garner stocks. This has been an ancient practice but was never instituted under the prevalent laws of the UAE, as there was never a need for such an occurrence. Ever since the outbreak of COVID-19, as the UAE went under a complete lockdown, changing the world of all residents in a dramatic way. This book covers significant discussion on the impact of the pandemic on all walks of life including but not limited to education, health care, employment, trading, court procedures and many more. At Amazon Inc, we are trying our level best to apprise the public of the latest developments in various sectors due to the outbreak of the pandemic. Nonetheless, a disclaimer for the audience about these rules and regulations may be altered through the process of time.

Keywords: UAE, Legal Amendment, Pandemic, Covid-19

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