Covid - 19 Pandemic: Issues on Sustainable Development Goals

Covid - 19 Pandemic: Issues on Sustainable Development Goals
Author : C.Subbulakshmi
Publisher : Shanlax Publications
Total Pages : 327
Release :
ISBN 10 : 9789391373450
ISBN 13 : 9391373453
Language : EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

When the pandemic struck, family, education, and the economy all took a hit in terms of maintaining structural relationships. Even before the Pandemic, India's socio-cultural system had been facing numerous difficulties and changes as a result of political and economic forces, Corona. Religion, the economy, and the political system have all played important roles in changing the social structure. Nutrition is also a significant concern. Nutrition is a science that is engaged in the prevention and treatment of a wide range of infectious and non-infectious disorders. A well-balanced diet aids in the improvement of general public immunity and, as a result, aids in the prevention of infection. During covid -19 infection, there are numerous illness conditions or comorbidities that present a significant problem. As a result of the COVID-19 epidemic, our society has undergone a rapid and deep digital transition. The epidemic prompted us to make a historic digital shift in our daily lives and activities, including our children's educational transfer from traditional to digital classroom practise. COVID-19 has the potential to alter the education system, affecting teaching/learning, research/innovation, community service/engagement, and the experience of staff and students. Domestic violence, on the other hand, is an age-old social tragedy that has long been kept from society's gaze. Domestic abuse affects people from all walks of life, regardless of their social, economic, religious, or cultural backgrounds. Threats, name-calling, preventing communication with family or friends, withholding money, actual or threatened physical harm, and sexual assault are just some of the behaviours that might be used. In the agricultural industry, an estimated 10 million migrant workers returned to their home countries in 2020, following the enforcement of the lockdown. Agriculture and related sectors grew by 3.4 percent in 2020-21, despite the fact that global economic growth slowed to -7.2 percent. During the Covid-19 pandemic, the food supply mechanisms were thrown off. As a result, the farming community as well as the economy's most vulnerable sectors are impacted. The government, NGOs, and individuals have discovered that they can have a significant impact on the environment. Our government is always emphasising the need of drinking pure water, especially during this pandemic. But we are lacking in drinking water supply to all areas. Pure drinking water is a solution for keeping ourselves away from infectious diseases. This pandemic epidemic has had several negative consequences, including as an increase in medical waste, disinfectants, and the use of masks and gloves damaging the environment. In order to keep our ecosystem sustainable, suitable guidelines and planned measures must be applied to combat the epidemic and maintain environmental harmony. Covid-19's current predicament has thrown the world's socio-cultural structure, as well as its work culture, into disarray. The sanitary, safety, and health procedures have beyond any local culture's norms. To protect the world from the extremely infectious coronavirus, a new global culture has arisen. The use of facemasks, hand gloves, and hand sanitizers, as well as physical separation, has become the new normal. The present situation has given thrust to the virtual world and various steps have been taken by the government to increase the contactless experience.

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