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04.29.20

RATIONING CRITICAL CARE IN THE CONTEXT OF COVID-19

By Silvia Serrano Guzmán

Rationing critical medical care is one of the most uncomfortable topics related to COVID-19 and human rights. The focus of this post is not on the imperative need that States – individually and collectively considered – devote all their efforts to avoid rationing critical care, which must be considered an extreme and last resort measure. […]

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