As the world continues to struggle in the shackles of the Covid-19 pandemic, countries continue to look for ways to emerge out of ‘the great pause’. However, it is far from clear, how long will it affect us. The world is upside down since the past six months and has already been facing severe damages- tangible and intangible, due to the lockdowns far and near. Consequently, countries around the world are gradually reopening while continuing to combat the virus. which brings us to the question, ‘How will the world change post Coronavirus?’
The past six months have been testing times for the world, but to find the silver lining, it has also been a learning to deal with crises. The pandemic has undeniably changed how we live. Today, as we await a cure for the virus, we need to learn to adapt and overcome. We cannot be cooped up into the confines of our homes indefinitely. As the countries seek to reopen, we are already witnessing major all-round changes in the worldly affairs, the national administrations and changes brought down to as personal as the human behaviour.’
It won’t be erroneous to say Covid-19 has given rise to a new world, albeit many concerns to deal with, only time will tell how will we rise up to these challenges and evolve for better.
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