Covid has changed everyone’s life, the ongoing scenario is devastating not only in our country but also around the world. At this pace, it’s only hope we could invest in going back to the new normal. For good or for bad life has changed the planet forever! THERE IS NO GOING BACK. It ain’t any doomsday declaration.
There’s an aquatinted need of belief to live with the virus unlike choosing to stay back of the home, fearing, it’s high time we create a quality of life for both humans and the creatures on earth, only if we choose to learn from the pandemic. Highly evident facts state that there has only been fear prevailing which is the primary demolish to be focused on. Let’s have a look at what the future looks like with Covid-19 around the corner.
FIRST THINGS FIRST
Let’s get this straight. Just because the unlock phase has begun, that doesn’t mean the virus has been ceased completely, predominantly unlikely to have the virus installed among us lurking in some person or another, evidently anonymous to most of us, unless there is a scientific backdrop. This may take up a few years, but even after the vaccine is rooted, times immemorial, there sure is a demand for time and effort to meet the demand in turn increasing at the rate of one percent every year, which means 13 million lives added to the chart every 365 days- to be protected and vaccinated, all this is just a tiny piece of the big picture.
IN THE SECOND PLACE
The planet can be swarmed with more such viruses roundabout. The next such epidemic might surge within the next three to six years, with China being the source of two pandemics, there is an uncertainty about what might or what might not. Covid-19 is a pandemic that occurred after seven years after the last one, it’s more noxious than the previously combined scales.
The world’s going to witness a lot of changes mainly with respect to the economic activities. The guidelines that India, China, and the US took to handle the economy during the first quarter of the year and what other key factors will be followed for the rest of the year 2020 will be driven by one key factor which is pooled down below:
Globalization chains shall face an ebb, at least in those goods and services that the nation might find critical to national survival and vigilance. The new metric scale says that it will include the country’s culpability.
Geography based on the term “ good-relationship” supply chains will take over the global supply of chains.
The most basic needs such as water, food, shelter, and energy might slip into the crisis scale only the economy of the country would probably bring back roots to life. Coming to fossil fuels, dependence on fossil fuels or any other natural resources will reduce. This will happen at a faster rate than the thought of.
Ownership of enterprises might be restricted to the federal level and block organizations with reduced ownership percentages.
Global health and care services will take a huge stake, with health becoming a bigger necessity of the time, reducing and eliminating small inter-regional wars battles.
Global organizations will turn into something of the past. Only cognitive activity-based organizations will manage to survive.
Digital transformation will become the new business world, business shall become virtual and less person-to-person interaction. With this robots will be used more extensively, both the government and the other private sectors will understand the safety and will develop all the methods required to ensure both quality and defence against the virus.
We are good to go. Until next time you know for sure you have slipped the bandwagon, stay safe.