Coronavirus and the curtailment of religious liberty
Coronavirus and the curtailment of religious liberty.
Laws, 9 (4).
Even public health emergencies must be handled within the framework of the rule of law. The alternative is social chaos. Every nation on earth has been touched by the impact of COVID-19, a deadly pandemic that has changed—perhaps permanently—the manner in which we are governed and live our daily lives. This paper addresses the effect of the State’s response to the threat of Coronavirus upon the enjoyment of religious liberty, both directly and indirectly.
coronavirus, religious liberty, emergency restrictions, COVID-19, judicial review, Supreme Court, constitutionality, global challenges to lockdown