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How does China protect human rights amid COVID-19 outbreak?
update:March 03,2020
March 3,2020 -- The 43rd Session of the UN Human Rights Council is being held in Geneva while China is fighting the COVID-19 outbreak with "the most comprehensive, the strictest, the most thorough measures" as the authorities said.
As the virus can pass from person to person in close proximity, mandatory 14-day quarantines, roadblocks, checkpoints and even lockdown measures are required in much of the country to contain the spread, which have incurred attacks criticizing that human rights have been ignored during the process.
On the contrary. The fact is, China's experience on human rights protection in the fight proves once again there is no one-size-fits-all approach in human rights protection and countries can find their own models of human rights protection in light of their national conditions and people's needs.
By:Duan Fengyuan
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