Covid-19 Pandemic

The Effects of the Covid-19 Pandemic on our daily life

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Covid-19 Pandemic by Mind Map: Covid-19 Pandemic

1. Education

1.1. Public Schools

1.1.1. Loss of funding in the education sector

1.1.2. Parents unable to afford multiple devices for online classes

1.1.2.1. Students whose parents have less-income have missed out on schooling

1.2. Private Schools

1.2.1. Teachers were not ready to teach online

1.3. Education Challenges

1.3.1. Stopping of Board exams

1.3.2. International Student mobility

1.3.3. Students not completing their coursework

1.3.4. Dearth of Practical Learning

1.3.5. Shortage of quiet places at home

1.4. Rise of Ed Tech

2. Healthcare

2.1. Inability to cope with massive imbalance of supply and demand

2.1.1. Shortage of certified healthcare professionals ( doctors and nurses ).

2.1.2. Shortage of critical medicines and supplies

2.1.2.1. Shortage of oxygen

2.1.2.1.1. Less cylinders

2.1.2.1.2. India does not have the capacity

2.1.2.1.3. The hospital oxygen infrastructure did not have plants

2.1.2.1.4. Absence of oxygen concentrators and ventilators

2.1.2.2. Supply Chain Disruption from lockdown

2.1.2.3. Black marketing and Profiteering

2.1.2.4. Critical medicines were largely imported

2.1.2.4.1. Historically, demand was very low

2.1.3. Shortage of hospital beds to treat and contain patients

2.2. Other healthcare Crisis

2.2.1. Surgeries and other procedures that are not of priority will be kept on hold as doctors scramle to provide numbers to combat the pandemic.

2.2.2. Misuse of medicines and bad treatments that lead to new diseases.

2.3. Vaccines

2.3.1. faster development of vaccine.

2.3.1.1. New methods to develop the vaccine

2.3.2. Shortage of vaccines

2.3.2.1. Shortage of materials

2.3.2.2. Manafacturing capacity

2.3.2.2.1. Funding and investments

2.3.2.2.2. Time to build the plant and certify it

2.3.2.3. Vaccine Diplomacy

2.3.2.4. Not Approved all vaccines

2.3.2.5. Supply Tie-ups

2.4. Testing

2.4.1. Caught unprepared for such rapid and high levels of testing

2.4.1.1. Lack of testing kits

2.4.1.2. Lack of people willing to do it

2.4.1.3. Shortage of centers to verify the COVID tests

2.4.2. Preparation of people to go and test

2.4.2.1. Shortage of people who wish to perform the testing

2.4.2.1.1. Scared of contracting the virus

3. Health

3.1. Mental Health

3.1.1. Increase in anxiety, stress and depression

3.1.1.1. Cooped up feeling

3.1.1.2. Managing home and work simultaneously

3.1.2. higher rates of substance abuse and suicide

3.1.3. Fear of disease and death

3.1.3.1. Loss of family and friends

3.1.4. Altered sleeping patterns leading to lack of sleep

3.1.5. Trouble in concentration

3.2. Physical Health

3.2.1. Decrease in outdoor activities

3.2.2. Change in eating habits

3.2.3. Inactivity increases chance of getting COVID-19

3.2.4. Working adults rarely leave the house

3.2.5. Post-Covid Health issues

3.2.6. Poor infrastructure of working from home ( Ergonomics ).

4. Economic Disruption

4.1. number of undernourished people, currently estimated at nearly 690 million, could increase by up to 132 million by the end of the year.

4.2. Loss of jobs and Livelihoods

4.2.1. half of the world’s 3.3 billion global workforce are at risk of losing their livelihoods

4.2.2. Migrant agricultural workers are particularly vulnerable, because they face risks in their transport, working and living conditions and struggle to access support measures put in place by governments.

4.2.3. Daily wage workers have lost their jobs as people are working from home

4.2.4. Reduction in employee working hours have led to reduction in salaries.

4.2.4.1. Without the means to earn an income during lockdowns, many are unable to feed themselves and their families. For most, no income means no food, or, at best, less food and less nutritious food.

4.3. Economic Slowdown

4.3.1. Border closures, trade restrictions and confinement measures have been preventing farmers from accessing markets, thus disrupting domestic and international food supply chains.

4.3.1.1. Online food grocery platforms are heavily impacted due to unclear restrictions on movements and stoppage of logistics vehicles.

4.3.2. Millions of enterprises face an existential threat.

4.3.3. Financial fall

4.3.4. Stock markets plummet

4.3.5. The travel industry of the world has incurred heavy losses that lead to loss of jobs and also a decrease in the GDP.

4.3.6. Increased broadband usage had a direct impact and resulted in pressure on the network. Demand has been increased by about 10%.

4.3.7. Decrease in import and export of products

4.3.8. Decrease of fuel consumption and energy usage

4.4. Emergence of new sectors and new ways of working

5. Social Disruptions

5.1. Widows

5.2. Orphaned children

5.3. Services that depend on interpersonal contact were forced to transform their practices rapidly moving some online, delaying or postponing others, and shutting some down altogether.

5.4. Social Disconnection

5.4.1. Missing school friends and family

5.4.2. Not attending social events

5.4.3. Decrease in family occasions

5.5. Bonding with Family

5.6. Increase in economic disparity