Register Now Login
healthnewstalk.com Logo The Greatest World Health Community!
Welcome to Health News talk. HNT is the greatest, most news packed health and medical community on the Internet. It is your main source for social media, discussions and breaking health news on all aspects of life from medical professionals and patients and families.

Welcome to Health News Talk! Join Now its Free!
Home » Health Care News and Talk! » Health Economics and Business- » Our Life after Coronavirus outbreak
Our Life after Coronavirus outbreak [message #740] Mon, 18 May 2020 19:06 Go to next message
pamnewstalk1911@ is currently offline  [email protected]
Messages: 100
Registered: January 2020
Karma: 7
Senior Member
Administrator
Cities around the world might slowly be coming back to life, but there’s no going back to “normal.” that a fact!

With the on-going pandemic, everyone is looking to get themselves aware of the latest news of COVID-19. Most of us are so engaged with the current situation that very few are thinking optimistically about how life would look like once the outbreak is restrained. The fact remains that although the present circumstances may be difficult, we should also consider how life would appear after the pandemic is controlled. Hows your cities outlook?
Re: Our Life after Coronavirus outbreak [message #746 is a reply to message #740] Tue, 19 May 2020 00:59 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Moisés Mendoza is currently offline  Moisés Mendoza
Messages: 136
Registered: April 2020
Karma: 2
Senior Member
My city goes on as usual, in fact some businesses are thriving because people were scared initially and tried to buy and stockpile as much as they could.

I don't think most would change. People are stuck between the sword and the wall in these situations because either they contract the virus or die of hunger.
Re: Our Life after Coronavirus outbreak [message #769 is a reply to message #746] Tue, 19 May 2020 07:34 Go to previous messageGo to next message
goodray is currently offline  goodray
Messages: 81
Registered: May 2020
Karma: 0
Member
If the pandemic converts into endemic, then definitely "there is no going back to normal".

But if it ends, then the economically weaker sections will face lot of hardships in upcoming years!! But the way we going to see all things will definitely change.
Re: Our Life after Coronavirus outbreak [message #770 is a reply to message #769] Tue, 19 May 2020 17:42 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Dexter Jackson is currently offline  Dexter Jackson
Messages: 208
Registered: April 2020
Karma: 0
Senior Member
It's been more than 5 months since we are living with coronavirus. It all started in China and spread all over the world. There are more than 4.5 million confirmed cases with more than three hundred thousands death tolls. Many precautionary measures have been taken to cut the spread of the virus, like social distancing, lockdowns, use of protective things etc.

Now one thing is very clear, Coronavirus is not as much deadly as it had been considered at the start. There are more than 98% chances of recovery that makes it less deadly as compared to past pandemics. So I think it's time to consider some smart measures to minimize the effect of the virus.
Re: Our Life after Coronavirus outbreak [message #969 is a reply to message #770] Tue, 26 May 2020 06:38 Go to previous message
goodray is currently offline  goodray
Messages: 81
Registered: May 2020
Karma: 0
Member
I just remembered a smart idea for social distancing which I read recently. In Kerala, a state in India followed a unique idea for social distancing. They requested every single person to carry an umbrella wherever they go. That helped people to automatically maintain social distancing at public places.
Previous Topic: Will the World be able to stop the Covid-19?
Goto Forum:
  


Total time taken to generate the page: 0.01352 seconds