The Covid-19 pandemic is a global health emergency that requires immediate, effective action by governments to protect the health and basic human rights of everyone’s life. Refugees and migrants are potentially at increased risk because they typically live in overcrowded conditions often without access to basic sanitation. Since the beginning of the official lockdown for Covid-19, the medico-legal assessment of physical violence related to obtaining status or other forms of human protection has been frozen

A Lanzarone, V.T. (2020). When a virus (Covid-19) attacks human rights: The situation of asylum seekers in the medico-legal setting. THE MEDICO-LEGAL JOURNAL, 4(13), 35-50 [10.1177/0025817220937447].

When a virus (Covid-19) attacks human rights: The situation of asylum seekers in the medico-legal setting

A Lanzarone
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V Tullio;A Argo;S Zerbo
2020

Abstract

The Covid-19 pandemic is a global health emergency that requires immediate, effective action by governments to protect the health and basic human rights of everyone’s life. Refugees and migrants are potentially at increased risk because they typically live in overcrowded conditions often without access to basic sanitation. Since the beginning of the official lockdown for Covid-19, the medico-legal assessment of physical violence related to obtaining status or other forms of human protection has been frozen
A Lanzarone, V.T. (2020). When a virus (Covid-19) attacks human rights: The situation of asylum seekers in the medico-legal setting. THE MEDICO-LEGAL JOURNAL, 4(13), 35-50 [10.1177/0025817220937447].
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