Case date 2021-06-02
Case type Commercial Court
Practice area Litigation
Application for an interim injunction restraining the implementation of COVID 19 mandatory quarantine regulations for unvaccinated residents on the ground that it infringes the Applicants’ fundamental rights under the Constitution; test to be applied in relation to the grant of interim injunction involving constitutional rights; role and obligations of an expert witness in court proceedings.

Case outcome

The Court concluded that the public interest lies against the grant of an interim injunction restraining the Government from implementing the Mandatory Quarantine. It was for these reasons that the Court dismissed the Applicants’ application for an interim injunction at the conclusion of the hearing.
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