The COVID-19 pandemic has required States to implement exceptional measures to curb the spread of the virus and to protect public health. While border restrictions or closure may be justified, exceptions are needed to safeguard basic rights, including for refugees, asylum seekers and migrants. In many cases, such exceptions are not being made in law or in practice, creating serious risks of violations of rights.

COVID-19: Access Challenges and the Implications of Border Restrictions - United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees and International Organization for Migration, 2020 DOWNLOAD

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