7 lessons we must take from Coronavirus(Covid-19) pandemic.

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There are many things that we observed new due to coronavirus lockdown. Some lessons we must take from Coronavirus(Covid-19) pandemic.

China won the world war 3 without firing a missile.

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With the world on its knees before the deadly coronavirus COVID-19 outbreak, China has virtually launched World War III through its financial might to topple global powers like the United States and other European countries. These powerful countries are struggling to contain coronavirus and China is making full use of the mayhem across the world as it implements its strategy for World War III.

China started preparations for this World War long back. But today, after 75 years of World War II, this war has commenced without the use of any weapon, missiles or atom bombs but through a virus. The virus which weighs millions of times less than the mass of a nuclear bomb that in 1945 destroyed Japan’s two major cities – Hiroshima and Nagasaki in the Second World War.

China has adopted a carefully calibrated strategy for World War III where the weapon is a virus.

The first step is to cheat the world; the second phase is through spreading chaos across the world, and the third stage is to oppress and exploit the world.

In a world war, one sees death, destruction, and sorrow everywhere followed by the collapse of major economies, a decrease in the supply of essential commodities, the occupation of new territories, and the emergence of new forces.

Health professionals worth more than any sports, Hollywood, or Bollywood stars.

Health care professionals

Not all heroes wear capes. In the midst of the novel coronavirus pandemic, the real heroes wear scrubs.

Home-quarantined citizens are expressing love for the doctors and nurses on the front lines of the global COVID-19 outbreak, even as it spreads across much of the world. Shouts and applause are ringing out in many locked-down cities, and social media is being flooded with messages of support for those braving the outbreak to help others.

In locked-down France, for example, citizens went to their windows and balconies on Tuesday night to applaud healthcare workers in a social media-coordinated gesture of support.

“Bravo to the carers!” one woman shouted out her window in Paris, according to Reuters.

Dutch citizens also held a public moment of applause for their healthcare workers on Tuesday night.

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Oil is worthless in society without consumption.

Not only for crude oil, but this situation is also true for everything existing on this planet earth and is useful to us. If it is not consumed that means it has lost its present value and becomes worthless that’s what happening with crude oil, due to the corona pandemic, people are residing in their home and their mobility has stopped.

As a result, we are not seeing vehicles on the roads, airplanes in the sky, and hydrocarbon consumption has reduced drastically. Moreover, we are observing heavy fall in crude oil prices, declining jobs, and summer internship offers by the companies (especially O&G). Once the situation would be normal, the oil and gas industry would be on its way, more wells will be drilled, more oil would be produced and more oil would be consumed!!!!

Animals most likely feel the same in the zoo, as we do while being quarantined.

Animals

How would you feel in a cage? Amid the coronavirus outbreak, we humans are quarantined in our home and spending time all alone. How do you feel in self -isolation? Anger, depression, irritation are common emotions we are feeling during the quarantine. Now imagine, the lives of animals who have been kept in isolation their entire lives.

Earth, a popular nature activist account, has shared a series on photos that show how animals actually feel when they are kept in a zoo. “Millions of animals have been isolated in their entire lives. In isolation, these animals exhibit concerning behaviors including self-harm. Mental health is not a uniquely human trait. This is not normal”, says the caption.

So, you’re tired of isolation? These animals have been isolated in their entire lives. No living being should live in captivity. We are guests of this planet, not masters”, Earth shared the hard-hitting images leaving everyone in a thinking spot.

The planet regenerates quickly without human interference.

Sometimes you don’t notice something until it’s gone. Such is one stark visual lesson of the pandemic: Air pollution is something way too many people around the world breathe in every day.

The shutdowns of business and travel during the Covid-19 pandemic have cleared the air in cities as pollution has fallen sharply. China, for instance, experienced a 40 percent decline in nitrogen dioxide, a pollutant produced from burning fossil fuels in cars and power plants, earlier this year compared to the same period last year.

Air pollution is a deadly threat, killing millions around the world every year. It’s also linked to more severe outcomes for Covid-19. Conversely, the economic slowdown stemming from Covid-19 showed that reducing pollution yields massive benefits for public health. One researcher estimated that the drop in air pollution in China saved 20 times as many lives as were lost to the virus.

And China isn’t the only place seeing clearer skies. In the United Kingdom, nitrogen dioxide pollution fell 60 percent after the country implemented a lockdown compared to the year prior. A nationwide lockdown in India revealed skylines and mountain vistas that had been obscured for decades.

The Covid-19 pandemic has shown how quickly air quality can improve. But it doesn’t mean we should celebrate the pandemic for its impact on the environment. The clearer skies came at a devastating social and economic cost. The challenge for countries, then, is to reduce pollution without a massive toll.

Countries like China and the United States are weakening environmental regulations in the hope of helping industries better recover from the slowdown, so the pollution could come back with a vengeance. But it’s worth asking why we tolerated so much dirty air for the sake of the economy for so long and whether there’s a better way.

Majority of people can easily work from home.

Nearly half of India’s technology workers – estimated at 3 million – have already begun to work from home as social distancing becomes key to contain the spread of the outbreak. If employees continue to work from home for a few more months, IT companies are likely to conclude that 20-30% of their workforce can operate remotely, said Sridhar Mitta, founder of NextWealth Entrepreneurs.

PUNE: As many employees, especially in the software services sector, are forced to work from home due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the move could turn out to be an inflection point for the Indian IT industry, experts said.

Nearly half of India’s technology workers – estimated at 3 million – have already begun to work from home as social distancing becomes key to contain the spread of the outbreak. If employees continue to work from home for a few more months, IT companies are likely to conclude that 20-30% of their workforce can operate remotely.

life is fragile,Handle with care.

Life is fragile, unstable, and unpredictable. Life can change so quickly, and we are left thinking, I thought I was in control of my life. We can wake up one morning and discover life has changed, and what can we do about it? One day everything in your life is going well, the next day everything has fallen apart.

One day it appears that there is no hope for your situation, the next day your problem has been solved. It is true that many changes can occur over the course of one day.and in this time of pandemic It’s our duty to make ourselves safe and away from people.

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