Our reflection today is on the ethical tensions caused by the Covid-19 on crisis governance and its healthcare chain.

The COVID-19 Coronavirus disease sparked a worldwide war declared in January 2020. No country, culture, or community has been spared. None of us, as individuals, can escape the potential risk of contamination with unpredictable consequences.

Faced with this situation, can bioethics be a weapon within the reach of all of us?

The COVID-19 Coronavirus disease sparked a worldwide war declared in January 2020. No country, culture, or community has been spared. None of us, as individuals, can escape the potential risk of contamination with unpredictable consequences.

Faced with this situation, can bioethics be a weapon within the reach of all of us?