After the widespread of Coronavirus in the world, it is significant that the surroundings and the way people ideally deal with nature has changed to a large extend. Acknowledging and greeting one another has also changed and people are skeptical to make any new contacts and communication physically.
The concern with the novel coronavirus is that no one had any existing immunity to it, hence initial exposure is more likely to lead to more unadorned illnesses for some patients. The most vulnerable include seniors, those whose immune systems are suppressed, and those who are already dealing with other health conditions.
WHO has been assessing this outbreak around the clock and we are deeply concerned both by the alarming levels of spread and severity, and by the alarming levels of inaction. It won’t be difficult to say that humanity is shattered in all the ways possible and it is hard to see it going back to the careless pre-Covid 19 days.
Keeping in mind the current situation and havoc, the people are very scared and are very hesitant to foresee casual interactions. The situation is very severe for the world and humanity, it is really complicated and a hard call to make if we as people can imagine our world to go back to our Pre-Covid-19 days.