Present & Future Challenges of Lockdown in India and Abroad

Authors : Smt. Bharati Das; Dr. C. Revathi

Volume/Issue : Volume 5 - 2020, Issue 8 - August

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DOI : 10.38124/IJISRT20AUG347

Covid-19 pandemic is the world’s greatest health hazard/crisis in the present scenario and the greatest challenge we have faced since World War II. It was first originated/identified in 31st December, 2019 in Wuhan. However, a present conflict lies on the origin of the virus was from Wuhan wet-markets or the Institute of Virology, Hubei Province of China and spread to European countries and worldwide. WHO declared it as Global Pandemic and now it has spread to almost all continents causing severe spike In corona virus infected 54,58,458,death-3,45,157,recovery-22,84,211 cases as on 27.05.2020in 213 countries globally , which is a matter of great concern. The more countries it reached, the more it devastated the Social, Political, Economic, Agriculture, Medical aspects leaving deep scars. All countries are fighting to slow down the spread of virus by tracking, tracing, testing and treating the patients by limiting travel, curbing lockdown, registering migrant workers on line in my government portal,quarantining citizen and cancelling possible large gathering in various places. In this context, the effect of lockdown including the impact on social, political, financial, etc. aspect of societies is discussed. In addition, an attempt is made to shed light on the duties of a responsible citizens and government. Later a brief description is conveyed on what can be the future challenges for both government and citizens.

Keywords : Pandemic, Socio-cultural challenges, migrantworkers, Hydroxychloroquine.


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