COVID-19 and Constitutional Rights
The application of measures taken in response to the COVID-19 threat has varied considerably from one country to another at different points in time. In most cases, society has been asked to compromise between helping to reduce the transmission of COVID-19 and preserving constitutional rights including freedom of expression, freedom of movement, privacy and data protection. However, where do we draw the line between personal space and civic duty? And will this line blur post-pandemic?