Aim: The article is devoted to the limits of the restriction of human rights and freedoms in the context of the pandemic. Results and Discussion: It is revealed that the narrowing of human rights and freedoms is unlikely to help overcome the threats from the COVID-19 pandemic. It is proved that the introduction of prefect institutions will not improve the epidemiological situation, and will unlikely to promote real coordination of efforts between the institutions involved, and people. Conclusion: The authors came to the conclusion that it will reduce institutional issues to the human factor, dependent on the human capacity in public administration, which is currently available. It is established that national law should reasonably and clearly define the scope and method of exercising the relevant powers assigned to state bodies to guarantee individuals the minimum level of protection that they are endowed within a democratic society according to the principle of the rule of law.


Health Protection Movement; Pandemic; Protection; Society; Rights

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