By SI Filings Mar 19 2020 COVID-19CoronavirusGovernmentU.S. Constitution"As a disaster law scholar, I study vulnerable populations during various stages of disaster response. In the age of coronavirus, people are asking me questions about their rights. Here are some answers." - The Conversation 885 reads There are 2 Comments Not as helpful as I'd hoped. dmyers - Thu, 03/19/2020 - 6:08pm Not as helpful as I'd hoped. Something missing.... Bert Perry - Fri, 03/20/2020 - 5:03pm It strikes me that something missing is "even if you have the legal right to refuse a quarantine, you're going to continue going about your daily business when you could be furthering an epidemic....why?" Understood that there are some parts of life where enforcing a quarantine would cause far more problems than it would solve. On the flip side, you've got the idiots on Spring Break continuing to party in large groups when they can see the cruise ships coming by with new loads of infectees....guys thinking a bit like this. Aspiring to be a stick in the mud.