The Verkhovna Rada defined the concepts of “self-isolation” and “observation”, and also authorized the processing of personal data without the consent of an individual in order to counter the spread of the coronavirus COVID-19 disease.
332 deputies voted for the corresponding law “amending the Ukrainian law” on the protection of the population against infectious diseases “concerning the prevention of the spread of coronaviruses (COVID-19)” (bill n ° 3320), reports the correspondent of Ukrinform.
As noted in the explanatory note to the bill, the concepts of “self-isolation”, “observation” and “specialty hospitals” used around the world have been updated. The legal basis for the application of modern tactics to combat the spread of infectious diseases is being established.
Temporary measures are envisaged regarding the rapid establishment of specialized temporary hospitals and the participation of medical personnel in the provision of medical care to patients with coronavirus.
In addition, the bill proposes to give heads of health care facilities the opportunity to attract categories of people such as science and education workers from higher education (postgraduate) institutions who provide training. in the health care field, other persons holding the certificate of a specialist doctor and appropriate medical category.
The standard necessary for the processing of citizens’ personal data is temporarily introduced in order to introduce modern anti-epidemic measures.
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“It is allowed to process personal data without the consent of the person, in particular data concerning the state of health, the place of hospitalization or self-isolation, the name, the first name, the patronym, the date by birth, place of residence, work (study), in order to combat the spread of coronavirus disease, in the manner specified in the decision to impose quarantine, subject to the use of these data only in the goal of implementing anti-epidemic measures, “said the document.
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As reported by Ukrinform, on the morning of April 13, 3,102 cases of COVID-19 had been registered in Ukraine, 325 people fell ill during the day.
According to the materials: ukrinform.ru