The Coronavirus pandemic (COVID-19) has shuffled the lives of many people into disarray. The technical name of the virus is severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2. The virus was identified in China back in December. It didn’t take long for the World Health Organization to classify it as a public health concern in January. With over 14 million cases and 600,000 deaths, still counting, the risk is very real and there is no way to ignore it safely.
Furlough? At the start of the year, you had never heard the word before – right? But now it is one of the buzz terms of 2020. With millions of people unable to do their jobs due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the Job Retention Scheme kicked into gear. In the two weeks to 3 May, around a fifth of UK workers had been put on furlough as part of the scheme.
During the early part of the year 2020, the news of a novel coronavirus breakout in China was only getting passive interest from the rest of the world, especially on the heels of the WHO’s assurances that it was under containment. However, not long after, the world found itself battling with a pandemic of unprecedented proportions – at least since the Spanish flu of 1918 took the world by storm.
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Due to the lockdown, most people are now at home to avoid contracting COVID-19, while the sick are being quarantined and treated in massive isolation centers or hospitals. The “work at home” crowd is attending to duties while their children participate in online classes organized by their local school systems. One of the benefits of quarantine is to stop the spread of the virus. At the same time, media is bombarding the nation’s residents on the necessity of health safety. As everyone understands, it is essential to wash your hands with soap, use sanitizer, and to practice social distancing by staying six feet away from your closest neighbor.