After the Coronavirus Lockdown Ends, Here How Life Should Continue
It is now more than four months since the novel coronavirus started spreading from Wuhan in China. Although the pandemic hasn’t stopped, some countries with falling infection rates are slowly easing lockdown restrictions.
A vaccine is still a long way off, while hopes that humans will develop natural immunity to the virus once enough people have caught it are still unproven. Even if the world does manage to achieve mass immunity to the virus, the impact of the pandemic has been so severe that some things may never return to how they were before.
The Gulf Health Council was established in 1976 under the guidance of the Council of Ministers. Its membership is limited to GCC Member States, and also includes Yemen, which joined the Gulf Health Council in 2003.
The Council works to consolidate relations between Member States, to strengthen integration and to promote the health of all citizens of Member States.
Below are General Behaviors by The Gulf Health Council of how life should continue amid coronavirus:
The General Rule For Life After Coronavirus
The COVID-19 pandemic has negatively impacted small and medium-sized enterprises all over the world.
Disinfectant and sanitizers are highly valuable resources during these challenging times and must not be needlessly wasted.
The General Rule – School Life Continues:
The General Rule – Travel and Tourism:
When humans went into a lockdown, the earth quietly went about reclaiming itself.
On the 50th anniversary of the World Earth Day on April 22 this year, the World Health Organisation Chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said, “Covid-19 is reminding us of a simple but vital truth: we are one species, sharing one planet.”
The lockdown may have made us insular, but it also brought the world closer. We adapted to our forced new life in lockdown fairly quickly.
We went digital and took to technology, reaching out to the community outside our insular lives. Young working couples adapted to ‘Work From Home’ (WFH), home-schooled their children, and used video-conferencing for work calls and family socials.
Online streaming platforms were our saviours when it came to entertainment – offering us a range of options.
Never has it become more necessary to do this to give time for humanity and the earth to heal.