Legal Contemplation Regarding Healthcare and Covid-19


  • Bhupinder Singh



: COVID-19, infection, Healthcare, immunity, prevention


Public healthcare and disease prevention is the utmost concerns of the governments around the world. The
quality, accountability and accessibility of health infrastructure along with medicines are desired so that the
people use these resources at the time of medical emergency. Good health is measured when the mortality
rate, malnutrition, huger, pollution and other parameters are low and does not impact upon the individual’s
life. The communicable and non-communicable diseases put harmful effect on the health and life the people
and COVID-19 which is a pandemic spread all over the world through transmission. The World Health
Organisation issued various guidelines for safety and security but it’s a medical emergency like situation and
governments of the countries already framed rule and regulations for the prevention/ protection and eliminate
the transmission of disease through lockdown. There are number of legal provisions at international and
national level for health and medicare as well as implementation of government mandates for protection
from corona virus.

Author Biography

Bhupinder Singh

Associate Professor of Law, School of Law, CHRIST (Deemed to be University) Delhi- NCR, Ghaziabad, India



How to Cite

Bhupinder Singh. (2021). Legal Contemplation Regarding Healthcare and Covid-19. Indian Journal of Forensic Medicine & Toxicology, 15(3), 162-166.