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The first cases of the COVID-19 epidemic, registered in January 2020, and the first wave that followed, hit the world unprepared. The only means available to the various states were the various restrictive measures expected to alleviate the epidemic. In this article, the restrictive legal measures of two European countries, the EU member state Hungary and non-the EU member state Russia, are compared from the rule of law and law enforcement. The special legal order introduced in both countriesdoi:10.1051/shsconf/202112804012 fatcat:fdgtbgl7qrbzpcib32iyy5lcca