Midterm Review of the Partial Resumption of Rotations of United Nations Uniformed Personnel in a COVID-19 Environment
Following the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Secretary-General in April 2020 temporarily suspended rotations of Military and Police personnel in UN peace operations as part of broader efforts to mitigate the risk of transmission amongst UN personnel, host communities and Troop- and Police Contributing Countries. Rotations of uniformed personnel partially resumed in July 2020 informed by the Secretary-General’s Transitional Measures for a Partial Resumption of Uniformed Rotations in a COVID-19 Environment. The midterm review sets out good practices and lessons from the resumption of rotations of uniformed personnel in a COVID-19 environment, and recommendations to missions, UN Headquarters and Troop-and Police Contributing Countries going forward. The report is based on extensive consultations with missions, personnel from UN Headquarters and Troop-and Police Contributing Countries.
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