Understanding Public Health: What it is and Its Role in Nigeria’s Response to COVID-19

Public health focuses on a general aspect of improving humanity in various forms of applied evidenced based approach, the specific definition is understood to be, “the branch of applied science and art of preventing diseases (communicable and non-communicable disease), with the aim of improving life outcomes, and uplifting health principles through the organized efforts, data … Read more

The Benefits of Modular Distance Learning in Providing Quality Education

The Department of Education (DepEd) provided guidelines and policies regarding various modalities and approaches in teaching to provide quality education to learners during the COVID-19 pandemic. This provided guidelines ensures the safety and well-being of the learners and the teachers. That is why they implemented distance learning. One of the types of distance learning is … Read more

Proposition, Mission and Vision of a COVID-19 pandemic museum

MISSION “The mission of Corona Museum is to provide an accurate historic overview on how the COVID-19 pandemic started by giving the most reliable sources of information. It further promotes a ground for entertainment to emphasize that we can still be positive despite going through a pandemic.” VISION “The vision is to incorporate artworks in … Read more

How Coronavirus Impacted Labor Demand and Markets: An Analysis of Burning Glass Technologies Vacancy Data and UI Claims

3 1. Introduction “By labor is meant the economic work of man, whether with hand or head.” – Prof. Marshall Labor is one of the four factors of production without which the process of production is impracticable. Labor markets, markets for the employees and employers, are influenced by the forces of supply and demand. Labor … Read more

AI predicted Covid-19 outbreak before WHO announcement

What is really interesting about Covid 19 is that an AI – driven algorithm used by a Canadian company called BlueDot actually sent details of a flu-like illness spreading in China to its customers on 31st December 2019 – 9 days before the World Health Organisation publicly announced this. The algorithm obtains data from foreign … Read more

Impact of Covid-19 on India’s Economy: Lockdown Leaves Million Garment Laborers on Roads

India’s economy The sudden evolving Covid-19 pandemic has left the world with the utmost shock of the unpredictable and dangerous situation for the global economy with fears of a global recession on the horizons. Massive supply-chain has faced a lot of disruption and side shocks to the demand of the consumers which have given financial … Read more

Coronavirus essay in English in 250 words

Essay 1: The coronavirus, also known as COVID-19, is a highly contagious respiratory illness caused by the novel coronavirus. It was first identified in Wuhan, China[1], in December 2019 and quickly spread throughout the world. The virus has had a profound impact on public health, the global economy, and social and political structures. COVID-19 spreads … Read more

Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome: The Virus that Sparked Global Panic

In early 2003, a mysterious, frightening, severe pneumonia-like outbreak appeared in Asia, and quickly began to spread across the globe. Between February and July 2003, 8,096 people from 26 countries contracted this new disease, identified by Dr. Carlo Urbani as a coronavirus named SARS, or Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (Preble, 2015). A coronavirus is a … Read more

Treatment of Covid-19 Loss: Ordinary, Exceptional or Extraordinary Item?

EXTRAORDINARY ITEMS Income or expenses that arise from event or transactions that clearly distinct from the ordinary activities of the enterprise and therefore, are not expected to recur frequently and regularly. Extraordinary items should be disclosed in the statement of profit and loss as a part of net profit of loss for the period. The … Read more

Strategies Used to Combat COVID-19

Singapore Hospitalise people infected with the virus: In the event that an individual tests positive to the infection, they are moved to a reason assembled emergency clinic where they stay until they are clear. While Australia permits contaminated individuals with just gentle side effects to remain at home, Singapore has followed China’s lead and isolated … Read more

How PM Narendra Modi’s Covid-19 relief package will empower MSMEs and revive the Indian economy

Due to the Coronavirus pandemic, a nationwide lockdown has merely affected the economy of the country. To handle the situation PM Narendra Modi has announced a relief package of Rs 20 lakh crore as part of the Atmanirbhar Bharat Abhiyan. The primary goal of the package is to benefit the MSMEs through financial assistance. The … Read more

Analysing the WHO’s opening remarks about Covid-19

Examining the WHO Director-General’s opening remarks at the media briefing on COVID-19 – 20 March 2020 (Source) The standards of written language, such as punctuation and capitalization, were spelt out in a precise manner throughout the entire text, correct pronouns were used, and it had the feature of effective language that used formal and informal … Read more

Understanding Genomics: The Study of Genes and Heredity in Relation to Coronavirus

Genetics is the study of genes and heredity explaining how certain traits is passed on from parents to their offspring which is as a result of changes in the DNA sequence. A gene is a part of a DNA, it contains the instructions of building molecules and how they should work. Genome on the other … Read more

Study Shows Heightened Depression and Anxiety Among Students Amid COVID-19 Pandemic

According to a study conducted by Islam, et. al. (2020), students are experiencing heightened depression and anxiety. As reported, students were suffering from moderately severe depression and severely suffering from anxiety. The outbreak of coronavirus disease has greatly affected or influenced the lives and livelihoods of people around the world as the declaration from the … Read more

Impact of the Covid-19 Pandemic on the Cognitive Processes in Children

For the past two years, the world has been ravaged by the COVID-19 pandemic that causes an acute respiratory illness with heterogeneous systemic symptoms; therefore, the world has gone into lockdown as a social distancing measure to curb the spread of the virus. However, one cannot dismiss the adverse effects of this pandemic, as it … Read more

Social distancing and impacts on social isolation

The presentation on social distancing and impacts on social isolation discusses the policy recommendation that the households with four individuals or less must have the option to associate with another particular household once every week. It must be a similar household that they are interfacing with every week and not surpass a total of eight … Read more

Amid the Covid-19 Pandemic, what about the Migrants?

A refugee and an asylum seeker, two words very closely related, however they mean something very different for someone’s future. A refugee is someone who falls under the International Convention Relating to the Status of Refugees. They fled their country because of religion, sexual orientation, political convictions or acts of war. An asylum seeker asks … Read more

World in Times of Coronavirus and Aftermath

The Covid-19 crisis has created a new normal – empty streets, closed cafes and restaurants, sealed borders, restricted travels and human interactions – a world paralysed at its own pace. Coronavirus has engulfed everyone’s lives with the fear of unknown, rather unforeseeable. People, in billions, have been forced to stay at home. Young and the … Read more

Impact of Covid-19 on employment and rights

Millions of migrants lost their jobs overnight due to the lockdown decision to combat Covid-19, one common enemy for all. The Pandemic has hit hard on the stock markets, leaving a dark impact on entire world’s economy. While nearly all sectors experienced losses, those with the most public exposure are worst hit. The aviation, travel, … Read more

Impact of Coronavirus on sport

As the number of confirmed coronavirus cases worldwide has skyrocketed, major sporting events have been canceled or postponed. The majority of competitive recreational sports at all levels are hanging in suspension. Many individuals (athletic and nonathletic) are not able to actively participate in their regular individual or group sporting or physical activities outside of their … Read more

Artificial Intelligence offers the most dependable & effective path to pandemic preparedness

Technology adds a layer of protection against the COVID-19 pandemic. Individuals, organizations, and businesses are using it to develop their skills. Unlike previous periods of innovation in human history, the Fourth Industrial Revolution has always occurred without pause following a situational crisis – COVID-19 refusing to take a natural review period. The Fourth Industrial Revolution … Read more

How consumer perceptions and purchasing evolved over time during the Covid-19 pandemic

The repercussions of the coronavirus epidemic are still being felt throughout the world more than two years later. Many governments ordered partial shutdown of non-essential businesses, bars, other sites at the pandemic’s peak, restricted massive public gatherings, and urged individuals to work from home if feasible. With more vaccination and a decrease in incidence, this … Read more

Synchronous and asynchronous remote learning during the Covid-19 pandemic

Student’s Motivation and Engagement Motivation plays an important role in student engagement. Saeed and Zyngier (2012) contend that in order to assess student motivation, researchers should also have to examine engagement in and as part of learning. This manifests that there is a relationship between student motivation and engagement. As support to this relationship, Hufton, … Read more

Has the cost of R & D impacted vaccine development for Covid-19?

Introduction This report will be investigating and trying to answer the question of: ‘To what extent have the cost requirements of R&D, structure of the industry and government subsidy affected firms in the pharmaceutical industry in developing vaccines for Covid-19?’. The past two years have been very unpredictable for the pharmaceutical industry regarding the breakout … Read more

Factors affecting the mental health of the students during the COVID-19 pandemic

This chapter contains the review of related literature and studies done by the researchers. The factors affecting the mental health of the students during the COVID-19 pandemic were tackled in this chapter. The contents written in this chapter was gathered from various articles, books, and research thesis written by other authors and researchers. Local The … Read more

Modern technology and organizational communication

INTRODUCTION Covid-19 had been declared by World health organization as a severe pandemic which had badly affected all the countries both economically and socially. Multiple countries like Spain, France, UK, USA and Germany had declared a lockdown which involved telling their citizens to remain at homes. As a result, the businesses were equally disturbed and … Read more

Utility of Telepsychology in a COVID-19 World: A Review

With the rapid spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) and the subsequent increase in mental health distress, telepsychology has become an essential service worldwide. Therefore, it is necessary to examine the efficacy, acceptability, and attrition rates of telepsychology to determine its utility and value during this time. Furthermore, it becomes important to investigate whether the … Read more

Analysing the article ‘The Hospitality Industry’s Response to COVID-19’

From the article “The Hospitality Industry’s Response to COVID-19” by Lyle Pendon (May 20, 2020) the main topic in this paper talks about the current practices that most of the Hotels in the Philippines do in order to fight the spread and lessen the effect of the pandemic as well as ensuring the safety of … Read more

The spread of misinformation during the Covid-19 pandemic

What is health misinformation? Health Misinformation can be explained as a health-related claim or fact that is false due to a lack of scientific evidence. The field of medicine has been confronted with the spread of false, inaccurate, or incomplete health information (JAMA, 2018). There has been frequent and increasing spread of misinformation on the … Read more

Combating Covid-19 with Technology

Introduction Covid19 has affected the lives of most people in the planet. Health infrastructure in many countries of the world had been stretched. Factories, offices, schools and colleges had to undergo periods of unplanned lock downs. Travel bans were imposed in many parts of the globe. People were unable to be near their near and … Read more

Improving creativity in learning and working in the pandemic

Working and studying online during a pandemic is a new thing for the most people in Indonesia. The Covid-19 virus pandemic has forced all outdoor activities to stop. Everyone’s space is limited, they carry out all forms of activities online and are carried out indoors following Health protocols and reducing the increase in cases of … Read more

Working from home during Covid-19 (literature review)

(Arntz, Berlingieri, Yahmed, & Sarra, 2020): As that Covid-19 epidemic is causing an all-time high number of individuals to work from home, this disruptive event is expected to have a long-term impact on work arrangements. Given previous studies on the impacts of working from home (WFH) on hours worked and pay, increasing availability of WFH … Read more

FSSAI regulations during the Covid-19 pandemic (food services)

To guarantee food safety and hygiene in food establishments, all food businesses must follow the General Hygiene Practices (GHPs) outlined in Schedule 4 of the Food Safety and Standards (Licensing and Registration of Food Businesses) Regulation, 2011. A. Responsibility of Food Business Operator/Manager – Food businesses should follow the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare’s … Read more

Biological, psychological and sociological impact of Covid-19

Biological impact of Covid-19 The two main biological symptoms one would present if suspected of having contracted COVID-19 are dry cough and shortness of breath. COVID-19 is transmitted through airborne droplets in the air from an infected person that goes into our nose, mouth, or eyes. The virus travels down the nasal passages and start … Read more

Impact of Covid-19 on the poor and vulnerable

Despite the pandemic crisis spreading in any parts of the Philippines, the strict health protocol implemented by the government to any parts of the nation. In an effort to contain the spread of the virus, the government has imposed strict quarantine measures and other restrictions, starting in Manila and quickly expanding to other areas. The … Read more

Impact of Covid-19 pandemic on children and young people

Covid-19. A virus that has put the world on pause. Closing schools, cancelling exams, ruining many plans. Together, we are facing a truly unpredicted situation, affecting every aspect of our lives. As the coronavirus continues to spread around the world, this is a difficult time for all of humanity. No doubt, the effects of this … Read more

Covid-19 permanently reformed our way of communication & future of work

Ever since the outbreak of coronavirus, corporations have been challenged with unprecedented crisis communication. Business leaders are forced to adjust their way of engaging global audiences from traditional methods to digital platforms. This unconventional crisis also imposed a heavier workload on communication workers regarding internal and external communication, further shining a spotlight on skillful communicators. … Read more

Eligibility for Covid-19 vaccinations (evaluating a news article)

It is an unfortunate truth that the struggle with the COVID-19 pandemic, particularly older adults, has been a devastating battle. In this news article by Farrah Merali titled “Ontario seniors ‘living in fear’ of COVID-19 feel forgotten in vaccine rollout plan”, the issues surrounding the distribution of vaccinations to for older adults who are right … Read more

COVID-19 effect on society

Since late 2019, COVID-19 has imposed a huge impact on our society. It was first recognized as an outbreak of respiratory illness cases originating from Wuhan City, Hubei Province, China. COVID-19 is a disease caused by a new strain of coronavirus. ‘CO’ stands for corona, ‘VI’ for virus, and ‘D’ for disease (World Health Organization, … Read more

Stress levels of young Arab expats in Malaysia (Covid-19 & other factors)

The current study aimed to investigate the effects of expatriation, gender, and living with family on stress levels among young Arab expatriates in Malaysia, furthermore, to examine the effects of sociocultural adaptation on their stress levels. In accordance with the aim of the study four hypotheses were proposed: (Hl) There is a significant difference between … Read more

Tourism sector in Albania (Covid-19 impact and action)

Geographical position and climate favor Albania for developing the industry of tourism for the entire year. Offering the seaside, rivers for summer, and the high mountains with snow for the winter season. For more than one decade Albania has been a touristic attraction recommended by touristic operators worldwide. Albania is ruled by Social Party, which … Read more

Secondary opportunistic bacterial infections in COVID-19 patients

In 1890, Von Ratz studied a micro-organism isolated by Schütz from milk and noted its characteristic variability in power of slime production. This organism was later described as Micrococcus mucilaginosus in 1900 by Migula [1]. It was renamed to Stomatococcus mucilaginosus in 1982 based on various characteristics differentiating it from Micrococcus [2]. Finally in 2000, … Read more

Summary of studies on mental health among dental students (focus on Covid-19 pandemic)

MENTAL HEALTH AND SELF CARE PRACTICES AMONG DENTAL HYGIENISTS. A study done in Oregon, authored by SaraJane A Barnard, Bree A. Alexander, Ashli K. Lockett, Jennifer J. Lusk, Shelly Singh, Kathryn P. Bell and Lesley A. Harbison done in 2020.thr purpose of the study was to determine the prevalence of mental health concerns and stressors … Read more

Potential role of DPP4 in patients with Covid-19 & type 2 diabetes

ABSTRACT The coronavirus disease is caused by the novel beta coronavirus, SARS COV2 (Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus 2) is presently one of the leading cause of mortality rate. This virus penetrates the human body via the ACE2 receptor. Recent evidence suggests a new receptor, the DPP4/CD26 receptor via which the SAR COV2 enters the … Read more

Managing dentistry during the COVID-19 pandemic

There are the differences between a broadly public-health oriented perspective and the importance of specialist knowledge during a public health emergency (PHE). A balanced perspective between these positions is needed to effectively address the needs of public health. Many published oral health care protocols suggest that providing emergency and urgent dental treatment for problems such … Read more

Efficiency of using digital technology to implement contact tracing & vaccine registration

INTRODUCTION Covid -19 is an unprecedented global pandemic that has affected and changed human living since March of 2020. After a year of adjusting to the ‘new normal’, almost everything has shifted to the digital world. The physical interaction has been limited because of the possibility of spreading the virus. This paves the way for … Read more

Viruses (Covid-19 example) and bacteria

Viruses ‘Covid-19’ is one of the biggest viruses ever to hit the world. It is part of the coronavirus family. It originally comes from animals, from animal markets and now has devastatingly transitioned over to humans and this has impacted the world causing the first lockdown ever in New Zealand and many other countries. This … Read more

Covid-19 key features

COVID-19 INTRODUCTION: Corona virus disease 2019 abbreviated as (COVID-19) is basically a disease that is infectious in nature and has a causative agent called severe acute respiratory syndrome corona virus 2 or (SARS-Cov-2). Corona virus disease is the reason of the present corona virus pandemic (2019-20), this type of corona virus first came into view … Read more

Pathophysiology/immunological changes in secondary bacterial infections in COVID-19

1. INTRODUCTION The severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus-2 (SARS-CoV-2) disease, COVID-19, was initially reported in Wuhan, China on December 31, 2019 and has been declared a global pandemic by the World Health Organization (WHO). The outbreak of COVID-19 pandemic had led to increased mortality rate and economic loss day by day all around the world. … Read more

Perceptions of students towards online learning strategies during Covid-19 pandemic

Research proposal The COVID-19 pandemic resulted in the implementation of community quarantines, which mandated students to remain inside their homes for their safety. This sudden change of environment prompted students to shift from traditional to online learning. By definition, learning is the process of acquiring knowledge through undergoing experiences or studying.1 Learning can be in … Read more

Role of the American Government & Politics in Covid-19 vaccine rollout

Role of the American Government An article by The Washington Post dated December 30, 2020, reported that vaccine shots were taking long to reach the masses. In Milwaukee for example, the article points out that 500 doses of the Covid-19 vaccine were “intentionally” stored improperly, leading to them being discarded. According to the report, the … Read more

How America failed in the Covid Pandemic

COVID-19 took a huge toll in both developing and developed countries. COVID 19 is an infectious disease caused by the newly discovered coronavirus. Most people with this virus may suffer from a mild to life-threatening disease. Symptoms of the virus include fever, dry cough , tiredness, aches and pains, sore throat, diarrhoea, conjunctivitis, headache, loss … Read more

Challenges & opportunities for women employees working from home (Covid-19)

The deadly virus has weakened the IT business and as a result of the fall in the economic system, employees are forced to work remotely. Women staff within the IT sector discovered themselves struggling between corporate life and personal life. A load of office work and house responsibilities turned worse to deal with simultaneously. In … Read more

Analysis of article on Covid-19 written by Bill Curry

16th March 2020 The news story by Bill Curry “Liberals to unveil federal budget, economic package worth $1 billion in response to COVID-19” published in The Globe and Mail on March 11th 2020, summarizes the government of Canada’s current response to the global coronavirus pandemic. This article was chosen as it relates to the unit … Read more

The Impact of COVID-19 on Nestle Maggi Noodles Sales and Consumer Preferences

The repercussions of the coronavirus epidemic are still being felt throughout the world more than two years later. Many governments ordered partial shutdown of non-essential businesses, bars, other sites at the pandemic’s peak, restricted massive public gatherings, and urged individuals to work from home if feasible. With more vaccination and a decrease in incidence, this … Read more

COVID-19 Vaccinations and College Students: Examining Knowledge and Acceptance

Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) is a contagious disease caused by SARS-CoV-2 and the first known case was identified in Wuhan China in December 2019 (World Health Organization, 2020). In an attempt to control the pandemic, restrictive measures have been done. The Philippines implemented strict lockdowns in response to the pandemic, this also includes a prohibition … Read more

Writing essays about Covid-19

Covid-19 continues to be a popular essay topic, given that the pandemic continues to have long-lasting affects across the globe.

The pandemic is a global health crisis caused by the novel coronavirus. This virus was first identified in late 2019, and since then it has spread rapidly around the world, causing millions of cases and thousands of deaths. It has caused unprecedented disruption to everyday life, with many countries implementing lockdowns and other measures to try to contain its spread.

Essays on this topic very often look at the impact on schools and education. The Covid-19 pandemic has had a profound impact on learning. Schools and universities around the world have had to close, forcing students to learn remotely. This has meant that students have had to adjust to new ways of learning, often with limited resources and support. It has also disrupted the academic calendar, with many students having their exams cancelled or postponed.

In addition to disrupting learning, the Covid-19 pandemic has had a long-term impact on physical and mental health. With many countries in lockdown, people have been unable to access the physical activity and social interaction that is essential for physical and mental wellbeing. This has led to increases in anxiety and depression, as well as other mental health issues. It has also led to an increase in lifestyle-related diseases such as obesity and diabetes, as people have been unable to access healthy food and exercise.

The long-term effects of the Covid-19 pandemic are still unknown, but they are likely to be significant. It is likely that there will be an increase in mental health issues and lifestyle diseases, as well as a reduction in educational attainment. It is also likely that many people will experience long-term financial hardship, as the pandemic has caused severe economic disruption.

In order to mitigate the long-term effects of the Covid-19 pandemic, governments and other organisations need to take action. This includes providing access to mental health services, ensuring access to physical activity, providing educational support, and helping people affected by financial hardship. It is also important that governments and organisations continue to implement measures to contain the spread of the virus, such as social distancing, wearing masks, and regularly testing.

In conclusion, the Covid-19 pandemic has had a profound impact on learning, physical health, and mental health. Its long-term effects are still unknown, but are likely to be significant. In order to mitigate the long-term effects, governments and organisations need to take action to provide support to those affected, as well as continuing to implement measures to contain the spread of the virus.