For many of us, the COVID-19 or coronavirus has been the most significant, and perhaps the most traumatic, experience of our lives. It will have a huge impact on us as individuals, as a society, and as a workforce. We are in the foothills of the COVID-19 crisis but it is clear this major global event will have deep implications for our society, our economy, and politics.
COVID-19 is now unquestionably a major event in our history and while we are still in the foothills of this crisis in Europe, deep implications for our society and economy are already evident. Meanwhile, we all have to understand that the current situation is like a tunnel and we don’t know how long this tunnel is, so better we should respect the time and liberty given by the organization.
Although for most people COVID-19 causes only mild illness. It makes some people very ill. We are living through unprecedented times. COVID-19 has brought the world to its knees. Businesses have been shut, schools and colleges are closed, travel banned. The whole world is in a complete lock-down. But as they say, challenges create opportunities. COVID-19 may have turned our lives upside down but it has provided an opportunity for all of us to rise to the occasion during these testing times. Educational institutions, business organizations among others, have taken online education to a new level by offering classes, coaching, and courses in an innovative way to keep their audience hooked at these times of lockdown. Several schools across the country have started online classes. Students are attending classes virtually. Schools have ensured that virtual classroom looks like regular laboratories with periods filled with activities and lesson. A global, noble virus that keeps us limited in our homes-may be for months-is previously reorienting our relationship to government, to our outside world even to each other. Some changes these experts expected to in the coming months or years might feel unfamiliar or unsettling. Regarding adult people and also those with core health conditions having been recognized as more exposed to COVID-19 and to the told that you are very vulnerable, can be extremely frightening and very fear-inducing.
The psychological impacts of these populations can include anxiety and feel stressed or angry. Its influences can be mainly difficult for older people who may be experiencing a mental decline. And some people may already be socially isolated and experiencing loneliness which can worsen mental health. The issue can stay right for those people who will follow the guidelines of Government and maintain social distancing and keep hygiene.