Living with CoronaVirus: 2021 & Beyond

  • Dr. (Prof.) Jugal Kishore Director Professor & Head, Department of Community Medicine, Vardhman Mahavir Medical College & Safdarjung Hospital, New Delhi, India.


COVID-19 cases have increased to 95.5 million with 2.04 million deaths worldwide. In India alone has 10.57 million cases and 0.102 million deaths. The whole human world is facing crisis in all fronts beside mortality and morbidity, a lot of psychological and socio-economic distress was observed. Burden of other diseases has increased manyfold due to focusing of health resources to COVID-19 pandemic. Domestic violence, rape, interpersonal conflicts and gender-based violence were increased due to interaction in stressed out environment. In fear of loosing life in distance place from home, migrant labourers and employees started going back within few days of lockdown had created panic and serious threat to transmission of nSARS-CoV-2. Unemployment raised to all time high and those working from home their pay was cut to one third or half of usually regular amount.

How to cite this article:
Kishore J. Living with CoronaVirus: 2021 & Beyond. Int J Preven Curat Comm Med 2020; 6(3): 1-2.


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