How to Overcome Covid 19 Crisis.

Twelve years of the food price crisis in 2007/2008, the whole world finds itself in the midst of one of the most challenging global crises of our time. The pandemic of COVID-19 is not only leading humanity to an unprecedented health emergency, but it is also exacerbating hunger and malnutrition.

The pandemic impacts and the measures to stop contagion intensify ongoing human rights violations that prevent people's access to adequate food. Those who are already in marginalization and vulnerability situations due to low socio-economic status, racism, sexism, and other types of discrimination face a higher threat of food insecurity.

Albeit triggered by COVID-19 and the preventative measures that have been put in place to contain it, the emerging food crisis finds its foundations in decades of neoliberal policies and practices that have been exacerbating disparity and discrimination. This is why targeted measures are needed to face this pandemic, and public policies that fundamentally change how our societies are organized and the economic system operates. To overcome this crisis, there is no "going back to normal."

Pandemics can be stressful;

The coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic is too stressful for people. Fear and depression about a new disease and what could happen, what is the future, can be overwhelming and cause strong emotions from children to adults.

Like social distancing, public health actions can make people feel isolated and lonely and continuously increasing stress and anxiety. However, these actions are too much necessary to reduce the spread of this disease, COVID-19. But we all have to maintain Health and cope with stress as it will make you, the people you care about, and your community stronger.

Stress during an infectious disease outbreak can sometimes cause the following:
  • Fear and worry about your health and the health of your loved ones, your financial situation or job, or loss of support services you rely on.
  • Changes in sleep or eating patterns.
  • Difficulty sleeping or concentrating.
  • Worsening of chronic health problems.
  • Worsening of mental health conditions.
  • Increased use of tobacco and alcohol, and other substances.

It is a challenging phase for all, and as entrepreneurs and strategizes, we are facing a new set of challenges, dealing with which could be taxing. Even though this might be a tricky situation to deal with, it is not the time to lose heart over the losses that businesses might have incurred. Every country has to act immediately to prepare, respond, and recover.

There is no denying that the world might change once we overcome the situation caused by the pandemic, which also implies that the needs and demands of the consumer market will be significantly impacted.

While governments and companies can cautiously start initiatives to get parts of social and economic life going again, always monitored by public health officials, companies should leave their competitive interests temporarily behind and work together to ensures that the most influential vaccine can be determined as fast as possible. 

All The necessary production can start on a large scale as soon as possible. It is the only real way out of this crisis.

In the end, we must enable the economy to restart and prevent the second epidemic of mental health or social problems while avoiding a new surge in the epidemic. China, Korea, Germany, and Austria are already cautiously restarting or planning to restart parts of societal and economic life. But they must do so in an overly cautious manner, led by public health experts. Failing to do so could trigger financial and mental health problems comparable in impact to a public health crisis.