Influence of the Epidemic COVID-19: An Outlook on Health, Business and Scientific Studies
Keywords:Pandemic, COVID-19, Corona, Science, Global threat
A global health crisis COVID-19, caused an unprecedented stress and overload in all areas of life; education, scientific research, transportation, health systems and health professionals etc. The new and unknown features of corona disease have had negative effects on the socio-economic structures of the epidemic of countries and communities, and has led all studies to overcome these negative effects. While the world is trying to reduce the negative aspects of the economic effects, it also emphasized the efforts to eliminate the negative effects on the society and technological developments. The economic recovery rate will be based on how difficult the second wave will be and how effective the most decisive of all economic recovery packages will be. The COVID-19 process also greatly affected scientific studies and caused a slowdown in research. The outbreak has turned the direction of scientific studies into studies necessary for the end of the outbreak. Although the epidemic process has great harm to scientific and technological developments, the positive side of this is the development of the fact that the people of the world can come together and work together with the intensive working process in the health sector and health.
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