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Covid-19 Second Wave Impacts & Solution Essay

Covid-19 Second Wave Impacts & Solution Essay

Introduction :

“Those who don’t learn from history are doomed to repeat it,” is a great statement of George Santayana, one of the great thinkers of the twentieth century. Covid-19 has proved this statement. Today, millions of people are suffering from the causes given by Covid-19 pandemic and subsequent lockdown. Many people are suffering from stress and depression due to failure of business and economic recession. The second Covid-19 wave has hit India with great ferocity. Family members, friends and colleagues are infected, hospitals are flooded with patients.

  • There is shortage of beds and ventilators for Covid 19 in most of the hospitals. There are again curfews and lockdown in the cities. In India, the number of Covid-19 infections touched its peak in September 2020.
  • Again a sudden spike in the cases has seen from April, 2021. In the second wave, the virus is spreading with the double pace as compared to the first wave.
  • Covid-19 has exposed the vulnerabilities of healthcare system and the second wave has hit it hard and thus making the situation even worse.
  • In many states there are shortage of hospital beds, oxygen supply, medicines supply and even there is no space for morgues and crematorium.
  • It clearly demonstrate the shortage of healthcare infrastructure in terms of doctors, medical equipment, healthcare workers and even hospitals.
  • The vulnerable section of the society i.e. the unorganized sector mostly who are daily wage workers, have become the victim of the second wave again.
  • India is suffering from the neat recession in these days, however in the initial months of this year, there was seen minor positive growth in the economy.
  • In the initial phrase of outbreak, most of the schools and educational institutions were closed and students are regularly facing new challenges with digital learning in India.
  • Hoarding  of oxygen cylinders, poor implement-tation of new educational policy, insufficient health infrastructure and increasing rate of unemployment are the major challenges in India.
  • Strict laws should be made against hoarding and restricting any kind of health related equipment and medications. There should be more focus on preventive measures like social distancing, wearing of mask properly and obeying lockdown.

Conclusion :

The government has announced various measures to tackle the situation from food security to extra funds for healthcare. Mass vaccination is the only safe and reliable method to end the pandemic. As majority of healthcare and frontier workers in India have already vaccinated and now registrations are opened for rest of the public. The participation of public is the key to control the second wave and everyone should follow the guidelines provided by the government to cut the chain of the Covid-19 pandemic.

Essay on Covid 19 vaccine in english

Introduction :

The Government of India has approved the Covid-19 vaccines developed by Astra-Zeneca and Bharat Biotech named Covishield and Covaxin respectively. Seeing this our PM Modi has launched the COVID-19 vaccination drive on 16th January, 2021 which can save millions of lives every year. This is the world’s largest vaccination program covering the entire country. During the launch of this drive a total of 3006 sites in all States and UTs have been virtually connected.

  • Although India don’t need to vaccinate its entire population, it just have to vaccinate at least 30 to 40% of the people.
  • It is estimated that a minimum of 1 billion doses of Covid-19 vaccines will be required for full immunization.
  • The vaccine has introduced in phrased manner. In first phrase, the vaccine is provided to healthcare workers like doctors, nurses and other medical staff both in government and private sectors.
  • Because they treat and are in close contact with those who are infected with Covid-19. Then it will be provided to police, armed forces, municipal workers and other departmental staffs.
  • In third phase, people above 50 years of age and those patient who have diabetes, hypertension and organ transplant will get the vaccine. After that, the vaccine will be given to healthy adults, teenagers and children.

Conclusion :

The central government is incurring the cost for vaccinating the core healthcare and frontier workers. For further vaccination process, the government has also developed an application named CoWIN, which will help provide real time information of vaccine stocks, storage and individualized tracking of beneficiaries for COVID-19 vaccine. The Vaccination for Covid-19 is voluntary in India. It is a safe and effective way of protecting people against this disease. Vaccines reduce risks of getting diseases by working with our body’s immune system.

 

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COVID- 19 : Changing Social Norms in India :

Introduction :

The world is facing the biggest crisis in the form of coronavirus pandemic. Almost every country has been affected by the COVID-19. Over 115 million people had been affected by COVID-19 and about 2.54 million people had died worldwide.  And indirectly billions of people have been suffering from the impact of this pandemic. As vaccines are being available now but still, the emphasis is on taking extensive precautions such as regularly washing of hands, social distancing and wearing of masks.

  • India has successfully controlled the transmission of COVID-19 by its well coordinated efforts.
  • India’s progress in pharmaceuticals and mass public awareness with the help of digital systems indeed helped in controlling the spread of this disease.
  • There are still many ways by which the COVID-19 can affect our economy, of which the disruption of supply chains is the major challenge.
  • Job loss is on the rise along with the slowdown in manufacturing and services activities in India.  
  • Millions of agricultural workers, regularly facing high levels of uncertainty, poverty, malnutrition and poor health, and suffer from a lack of safety and labour protection.
  • With low and irregular incomes and lack of social support, many of them are forced to continue working, often in unsafe conditions.
  • Further, when experiencing income losses, they may resort to negative coping strategies, such as distress sale of assets, taking loans or child labour. The lockdown has also impacted migrant workers in many ways.
  • Several of whom lost their jobs due to shutting of industries and were outside their native places wanting to get back.
  • Since then, the government has announced relief measures for them, and made arrangements like running special trains and buses to help them to return to their native places.
  • At the same time, many countries undertake new reforms to strengthen the digital economy and e-commerce not only to manage the Covid-19 pandemic but also to facilitate trade & commence.

Conclusion :

COVID-19 crisis also opens the doors of opportunities in India as we witness better healthcare both in management and facilities. New social norms have been introduced like social distancing, wearing masks, maintaining hygiene for protecting us against the Covid-19. People who are ill with Covid-19 need doses of new vaccine, which save their lives and speed up recovery. Healthcare professional should be appreciated as instead of a lot of difficulties they do their best to maintain the quality of healthcare services.

 

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