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Human Right Violations in the 2018 Ebola Outbreak: What can Improve in Covid-19 Isolation Protocols?

Alexandra Androni

Amidst the wake of the Ebola virus disease (EVD) that has been ravaging parts of Africa, severalisolative measures are followed to halt the spread of the epidemic. Many of these measures are yet drastic and directly affect the fundamental rights of individuals involved. The EVD outbreaks open a big discussion on public health and human rights. This article focuses on the human rights violated in the battle of EVD and considers how these are similar, yet can be avoided in the management of COVID-19.