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COVID-19 brought havoc in the world with its high infectivity and virulence. Many countries were caught unprepared in public health capacity and socio-economic parameters. In this trying time, public health ethics remain an unanswered question on many fronts of treatment and control of novel coronavirus. The objective of the paper is to analyse the significant ethical challenges faced during the COVID-19 pandemic. The pre-defined thematic areas based on critical issues are identified to understand the ethical concerns of prevention and control of COVID-19. Secondary sources of literature have been consulted, and pieces of evidence gathered to strengthen the arguments. The article also provides a recommendation on ethical measures for the preservation of human dignity and ethical practices. The human rights aspects of regulations during the pandemic of the coronavirus are discussed to understand various nuances of justice and liberty.
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