Schengen and Free Movement Law During the First Phase of the Covid-19 Pandemic : Of Symbolism, Law and Politics

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European Papers: A Journal on Law and Integration. European Centre for European Law, University of Rome. 2020, 5(3), pp. 1143-1170. eISSN 2499-8249. Available under: doi: 10.15166/2499-8249/420
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Initial response to the Covid-19 pandemic capitalised on symbolism of national belonging. Against this background, borders soon took centre stage in the effort to tackle the spread of the virus during the spring of 2020 with Member States enforcing drastic restrictions to inter-state mobility, both at internal and external Schengen borders. As the second wave rolled in, restrictions gained momentum again, even though Member States by and large, did not revert to symbolically relevant border controls and travel bans. This Article revisits the measures taken by the Member States and EU institutions at the internal and external borders of the Schengen area until late-October 2020 and draws lessons regarding the interaction of symbolism, law and politics in times of crisis. It focuses on shifts in the perception of borders and the role of different actors in the closure and the subsequent re-opening thereof. We illustrate that the supranational institutions struggled to support the rule of law without the political support of the Member States, even though the rich case law of the Court of Justice on the internal market provides critical doctrinal arguments that can be employed in times of crises.

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ISO 690THYM, Daniel, Jonas BORNEMANN, 2020. Schengen and Free Movement Law During the First Phase of the Covid-19 Pandemic : Of Symbolism, Law and Politics. In: European Papers: A Journal on Law and Integration. European Centre for European Law, University of Rome. 2020, 5(3), pp. 1143-1170. eISSN 2499-8249. Available under: doi: 10.15166/2499-8249/420
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  title={Schengen and Free Movement Law During the First Phase of the Covid-19 Pandemic : Of Symbolism, Law and Politics},
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  volume={5},
  journal={European Papers: A Journal on Law and Integration},
  pages={1143--1170},
  author={Thym, Daniel and Bornemann, Jonas}
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