Coronavirus: How are lockdowns and other measures being enforced?
The coronavirus pandemic is prompting unprecedented measures around the world.
From Spain to the US, governments are taking action to try to reduce the spread of the virus. As well as limiting international travel, some countries are also trying to restrict movement within their own borders and stopping people mixing in public.
Health policy and human rights experts warn countries face a difficult balance between protecting public health and infringing on personal freedoms.
So how are countries enforcing measures including quarantine and lockdown.
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