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Guidance for COVID-19 Privacy Regulations

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The COVID-19 pandemic is challenging how organizations operate and manage information. Many have begun conducting health screenings of employees, customers, and visitors to identify potential cases of COVID-19 and track who has come into contact with those who have the virus.

It is important for organizations to manage the risk of collecting, processing, and disclosing personal data – and especially personal health data. Regulators and Data Privacy Authorities (DPAs) are continuously adding and updating guidance for handling personal data during the COVID-19 pandemic. To help you monitor evolving requirements, we have provided a comprehensive overview of worldwide regulatory and DPA guidance. Click on the arrow to the right of each country for information and guidance.

Last updated October 1, 2020

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