Data abril de 2020
Palavras-chave Corona virus, fundamental rights implications, discrimination and racism, privacy and data protection.
Índice Foreword, Key findings, Introduction, Impact on daily life: EU Member States' measures to address the outbreak, Impact on particular groups of society, Discrimination and racism and xenophobic incidents, Desinformation, privacy and data protection, The way forward, Annex, Endnotes
Como citar European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights (2020), Coronavírus Pandemic in the EU - Fundamental Rights Implications, Luxembourg, Publications Office of the European Union. DOI: 10.2811/924028
Relatório completo disponível, aqui.
The outbreak of covid-19 affects people’s daily life in the 27 EU Member States. As the number of infected people in the EU territory began to mount rapidly in February and March, governments put in place a raft of measures – often introduced in a period of only a few days – in an effort to contain the spread of the virus. Many of these measures reflect how, in exceptional emergency situations, the urgent need to save lives justifies restrictions on other rights, such as the freedom of movement and of assembly. This report outlines some of the measures EU Member States have put in place to protect public health during the covid-19 pandemic. It covers the period 1 February – 20 March 2020.