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Title: Covid-19 and politics in Italy: Solidarity between health and non-health sector
Authors: Gupta, Manav
O. P. Jindal Global University
Keywords: Coronavirus-Italy
Issue Date: 12-Jan-2021
Publisher: Legal Spectrum Law Journal
Citation: Gupta, M. (2021). Covid-19 and politics in Italy: Solidarity between health and non-health sector. Legal Spectrum Law Journal . 1(1), 1-11.
Abstract: The first European country was Italy to witness a big coronavirus spread and remains one of the countries that is most affected by disasters, and this is the country where the most extreme lockout steps have been forced. It faced significant well-being and socio-economic problems. The government of Italy has introduced a broad range of measures at the national level, despite the varying incidences of the virus across the region. Results indicate that the strictness of containment and alleviation initiatives has performed an important part in combating the Covid pandemic from an economic and health perspective. Technological arbitration has played a key role due to the insufficiency of the arrangements and the hold up in their enactment. The purpose of this research paper is to investigate the different policies of the Italian government and its effect on health as well as non-health outcome, taking note of the impacts on families impacted by poverty and racism. Political leaders are the most portrayed participants, indicating a high degree of crisis activism. For executing this paper, I used a liberal approach to understand the analysis.
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