HUMAN RIGHTS PROTECTION CONDITIONS OF COVID-19, LEGAL PRINCIPALS AND ADMINISTRATIVE BARRIERS IN UKRAINE
The article discusses the administrative and legal principles of human rights protection in terms of the spread of COVID-19, which is relevant in Ukraine and around the world based on theoretical and practical views. Regarding this, the question of the effectiveness of measures to counteract the spread of the virus, created regarding the new tasks of state authorities and, above all, health authorities, without violating the basic rights of the individual and citizen, becomes important. It has been proven that the legal analysis of the international and domestic regulations ratification shows unusual views on the problems of ensuring human rights in an emergency in connection with the fight against COVID-19. Based on international and national practice, attention is drawn to the administrative and legal principles of protecting medical confidentiality during the epidemic. It is proved that the disclosure of medical secrecy is allowed in cases of suspicion of the patient's intention to commit a crime or based on a court decision. The article provides recommendations aimed at improving measures to protect human and civil rights in the context of countering the spread of COVID-19.
Keywords: medical secrecy, human rights, COVID-19, emergency, health care, quarantine.