☷   ABORTION LEGISLATION

Specific conditions due to COVID-19

  • Abortions not labelled as essential healthcare
  • Order of the Ministry of the Interior issued on March 23rd 2020 suspending all nonessential medical procedures, hospitalisations and consultations in public health facilities
  • Updated Order on April 7th 2020 which expanded the suspensions of all non-emergency procedures to both public and private health facilities
  • On April 27th 2020, Romanian Ministry of Health (Obstetrics & Gynaecology Commission) issued a circular to all District Health Authorities, with a recommendation to include abortion among the emergency services during the pandemic

 


☷   PRACTICAL CONDITIONS

Missing data for practical conditions

☷   ABORTION STATISTICS

Missing data for abortion statistics

☷   CHARACTERISTICS OF WOMEN HAVING INDUCED ABORTION

Missing data for characteristics of women having induced abortion

☷   FERTILITY AND CONTRACEPTION DATA

Missing data for fertility and contraception

☷   COUNTRY-SPECIFIC CHARACTERISTICS

Missing data for country specific characteristics

SOURCES

COVID measures taken from the article by Bojovic N, Stanisljevic J, Giunti G. The impact of COVID-19 on abortion access: Insights from the European Union and the United Kingdom. Health Policy. 2021 Jul;125(7):841-858.


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