Review Article - Journal of Clinical Immunology Research (2020) Volume 3, Issue 2
Responsibility for ensuring the world biosafety: Rethinking in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The article provides insights on the current mechanisms for regulating relations in the field of global health and international interaction in the world, holding the States of the world internationally responsible for internationally wrongful acts in the field of health, including consideration of the nature of the COVID-19 pandemic. Significant attention is paid to find the response to the question of what COVID-19 pandemic a health emergency is or bioterrorism. It analyses the current international norms governing the field of the production and use of biological weapons, with particular emphasis on standards of regulation and international responsibility in this field. The findings of this study suggest that biosafety worldwide is a key dimension of global security and ensuring world peace. This study also recommended the establishment of the strong global norm that would provide for verification of disarmament and compliance with the Biological Weapons ConventionAuthor(s): Vladyslav Teremetskyi*, Yevheniia Duliba, Galyna Didkivska