Проблемы координации в Европейском союзе в период пандемии COVID-19
The article is devoted to the problems of coordination in the European Union during the COVID-19 crisis. We show that in the first phase of the pandemic, the national governments of the EU member states played a central role in responding to the crisis. Under conditions of weak integration of health policy, this has led to a large asymmetry in the reactions of member countries and a “backtrack” in the level of coordination. However, at the second stage, the European Union, having shown a high level of resistance to stress, has demonstrated the ability to activate existing and create new platforms for coordinating the policies of member countries. In addition, citizens of the EU countries also showed a demand in increasing the level of coordination in the EU.