Covid 19

  1. Post-Covid-19, the world will change

    Post-Covid-19, the world will change


    Lets discuss about the changes that will happen Post-Covid-19

    The State is back, and how!

    Therefore, the post-coronavirus world will need a strong, efficient State that enjoys the confidence of its people.

    Social Safety Net for the poor

    It is expected that the economic effects of coronavirus disease would be massive and devastating. Inequalities within countries were still expanding at an unprecedented pace before the crisis. All the Covid-19 epidemic has achieved is to illustrate the appallingly unfair manner in which the virus impacts the wealthy and the not so privileged. That is as true in affluent countries like the US, where the Blacks are adversely impacted, or even in a world like ours, where we have seen foreign workers put in pain. Now we are thinking of a modern democratic contract.

    It would be up to most states in the

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  2. Opportunities during Covid 19

    Opportunities during Covid 19

    Let us discuss about the Opportunities during Covid 19

    There are a lot of dark sides to the coronavirus pandemic. People around the world are getting sick and dying, schools are closing, the healthcare system is overloaded, employees are losing their jobs, companies are bankrupt, stock markets are collapsing, and countries have to spend billions on bailouts and medical assistance. And for all of us, whether directly hurt or not, Covid-19 is a huge stressor shaking our psyche, triggering our fears and uncertainties.

    No matter how grim and tragic it is all, there are always upsides. So, along with the Monty Python song, "Always look on the bright side of life," let's not forget about it and make the best of what the crisis gives us. As the good old SWOT analysis shows, there are not only threats, but also opportunities. With opportunities I don't mean

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  3. Work from Home during covid 19

    Work from Home during covid 19

    The COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic has caused many people to operate from home. So, you can ask-how do I stay successful at home?

    Remote work in several businesses has been on the rise for years. Which offer remote work as an opportunity for workers to boost work-life balance?

    And now, millions of people around the world have increasingly begun to operate from home (WFH) owing to the COVID-19 epidemic.

    Some companies aren't pushing for WFH because they feel that without monitoring, employees cannot work. Then, they embraced a system of monitoring and micromanaging.

    That climate is more competitive for workers though? The job at school, or the workplace? Ok, it looks as though we had the opportunity to find out. The condition could continue for weeks, or perhaps longer. Nonetheless, lifestyle improvement is a fantastic chance. There's no rush to leave home and delay breakfast and you won't miss the train.

    More than 3,500 remote-tech

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  4. Covid Relief Package of Rs 20 Lakh Crore

    Covid Relief Package of Rs 20 Lakh Crore

    Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman second portion of the Rs 20 lakh crore Atma Nirbhar Bharat monetary alleviation bundles Thursday depends on ranchers, transient workers, and road merchants. In addition to free food grain for migrant workers to credit facilities for street vendors to concessional loans for growers, the Finance Minister not only announced new initiatives but also highlighted the steps taken by the NDA government over the last two months to support the deprived class affected by the coronavirus pandemic's economic slump.

    Here is a detailed list of the finance ministry’s planned economic relief initiatives, including the program revealed Thursday and Wednesday.
    • Rs 5,000 crore special credit facilities for almost 50 lakh market vendors with up to Rs 10,000 initial working capital.
    • Rs 3,500 crore for the distribution of food grain to migrants who are neither NFSA nor beneficiaries of state cards in the states on which they are born. Under this schem

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  5. Why Social Distancing in important?

    Why Social Distancing in important?

    As the spread of COVID-19 continues, communities have been directed to reduce close contact between people. This is called as social distancing, and it's considered as an important and effective way to slow down the spread of this virus. Here's why.

    Social distancing for all families

    Because COVID-19 spreads from person to person, it is essential to reduce the number of ways through which people come in close contact with each other. Social distancing refers to staying home as much as possible and avoiding crowded, public places where close contact with others is likely to take place. This is the reason why stay at home orders are in place in so many communities and also why events are cancelled, gatherings of more than 10 people is not allowed and shops, restaurants and bars are closed. It’s also why many schools have implemented online learning. For essential trips such as grocery shopping, the CDC recommends wearing a cloth f

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