Health at the time of CoViD-19: tyrannical, denied, unequal health

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  • Carlo Casonato

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https://doi.org/10.15168/2284-4503-709

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CoViD-19 pandemic, right to health, tragic choices, shortages, equality

Abstract

CoViD-19 is producing a number of changes in the meaning of health. In order to protect our health, States have restricted the exercise of many rights: movement, education, work, etc.  Health has thus become a tyrant that crushes all other rights. On the other hand, shortages impose choices for access to intensive care beds, leading to a tragic selection between those who can be treated and those who cannot. In this way, CoViD-19 has denied the health of the excluded. Finally, the pandemic has revealed a condition of great inequality in access to treatment. The article examines these dynamics within a framework of constitutional principles in order to draw lessons for the possible emergence of new pandemics.

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2020-11-02

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Casonato C. Health at the time of CoViD-19: tyrannical, denied, unequal health. BioLaw [Internet]. 2 novembre 2020 [citato 18 maggio 2024];(3):315-22. Available at: https://teseo.unitn.it/biolaw/article/view/1591

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