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US News The Pandemic of Covid-19 had a "considerable" impact on minorities and young people in Europe

10:45  10 june  2021
10:45  10 june  2021 Source:   ouest-france.fr

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As of 13 March 2020, when the number of new cases became greater than those in China, the World Health Organization (WHO) began to consider Europe the active centre of the COVID - 19 pandemic .

Some European countries have reacted sooner to the steep rise in COVID - 19 cases than others. On March 10, Italy ordered a strict nationwide lockdown, becoming the first country in Europe to do so. The government banned all travel in the country, and people could only leave their homes for essential reasons Other European countries, such as Sweden, which have reported fewer cases of COVID - 19 overall, have fewer and much less restrictive measures in place. People who live in Sweden have been staying more or less put, mostly following their own judgment. Simona, based in Malmö, told MNT that

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Employment, Health ... According to a European report, the Pandemic of Covid-19 has exacerbated inequalities towards minorities and young people. Among the first line categories, the elderly, children, roma, refugees and migrants, or the disabled.

The pandemic of Covid-19 has had an unprecedented and profound effect on rights, supplying racism towards minorities, while many children have suffered, according to an European report published Thursday, June 10.

Vulnerable groups are the most affected

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Coronavirus disease 2019 affects men and women differently both in terms of the outcome of infection and the effect of the disease upon society. The mortality due to COVID - 19 is significantly higher in men.

The ongoing COVID - 19 pandemic has had a significant impact on the LGBT community. Gay pride events were cancelled or postponed worldwide.

the situation has exacerbated existing challenges and inequalities in all areas, particularly affecting vulnerable groups, reports the European Fundamental Rights Agency (FRA), based in Vienna (Austria), In this annual document, deploring lasting consequences.

Number of 27 EU member countries have decreed emergency states granting the governments of extraordinary decision-making powers that have limited all human rights, notes the study that also covers North Macedonia and Serbia. .

among the first line categories, the elderly, children, the Roma, refugees and migrants, or the disabled.

Women have also been disproportionately affected, whether it is employment, the work-life and their health because of their strong representation in the so-called essential sectors.

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This study aimed to investigate factors that influence the level of inclusion in education for children with disabilities before and during the COVID - 19 pandemic , and determine the influence of pandemic -related circumstances (e.g., social distancing, online learning) on the well-being and daily activities of children with disabilities and their parents. Using a multiple case study design, semi-structured interviews were conducted with experts on disabilities and children’s rights (n = 5) and educational support staff for students with disabilities (n = 7). Our findings indicated that during the

The COVID - 19 pandemic is posing an unprecedented threat to EU/EEA countries and the UK, which have been experiencing widespread transmission of the virus in the community for several weeks. In addition, there has been an increasing number of reports of COVID - 19 outbreaks in long-term care Deaths continue to increase in 27 countries, whereas four countries have reported no increase in deaths in the last five days. All-cause excess mortality may be a more objective measure of the impact of the pandemic , particularly at this time of year when competing drivers (influenza and high/low

On the minority side, the report also mentions a higher risk of contamination and loss of work.

An increase in racist and xenophobic incidents In addition, the pandemic has caused an increase in racist and xenophobic incidents, it points out, evoking verbal insults, cases of harassment, physical aggression and hate speech. .

Children suffered for their share of distance education. The systems were not ready for such a sudden transition and teachers not trained, says the agency.

Students from economically or socially disadvantaged backgrounds, without internet connection or computer hardware, paid the heavier tribute.

in Romania for example, where schools have been closed a large part of the year, 25% of them did not have access to online courses, according to NGO Save the Children, cited in the report .

Child abuse has also increased during confinement and quarantine, as well as the number of affairs of online sexual abuse, adds the document, based on elements of the European Police Agency Europol.

more broadly, domestic violence has increased over the period: in the Czech Republic and Germany, the number of calls to telephone permanence has thus bonds by 50% and 20% respectively, between March and June 2020.

Governments must put in place sustainable structures to combat inequalities, racism and exclusion, commented on a Michael O'Flaherty communiqué, Director of FRA.

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