International Journal of Legal and Comparative Jurisprudence Studies

Volume 1 - Issue 2 (3) | PP: 80 - 87 Language : العربية

Legal implications of the "Covid 19" Corona virus on employment contracts

Istbraq Mohammad Hamzah ,
Ammar Murad Ghirkan
Received Date Revised Date Accepted Date Publication Date
27/7/2020 30/8/2020 8/9/2020 4/10/2020
The world has been experiencing for a while the least difficult events that can be said about them, which have resulted in the death of hundreds of people and the injury of thousands, so that it has not been able to until an hour, that is, to stop the spread of this epidemic, which was caused by the new Corona virus, Covid 19, which has caused confusion in the global scene, Especially after its widespread spread in many countries of the world since it appeared in the Republic of China, the most populous country in the world, specifically in the city of Wuhan, which claimed the lives of thousands, with increasing fears of its spread coinciding with infection and death rates around the world, most countries of the world imposed their precautionary measures. As a precaution, some countries have declared a state of emergency through which they imposed comprehensive isolation and closure in an attempt to reduce the severity of its spread, whose spread is an unprecedented event. Especially after the World Health Organization announced that the number of injuries constituted a public health emergency of international concern around the world, and countries needed to take emergency measures resulting in major disruptions in international contracts, and this clearly showed in the impact of business and employment, including The closure of workplaces and ports, and the disruption of supply and distribution channels, which made some people confused about whether it was an emergency or a force majeure.

How To Cite This Article
Hamzah , I. M.& Ghirkan , A. M. (2020). Legal implications of the "Covid 19" Corona virus on employment contracts . International Journal of Legal and Comparative Jurisprudence Studies, 1 (2), 80-87,

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