The authorities are trying to their level best to contain the spread of the coronavirus. In an effort to restrict a fresh outbreak of the deadly virus, no international movement will be allowed until September. There would be no international flights or any movement of ships across the seas. The world is right in the clutches of COVID-19 embroil.
The harrowing virus has altered and impacted the patterns of everyday life affecting businesses, and industries in the number of ways that will change the world forever. This generation is in the middle of this ‘planet defining moment ‘and is experiencing economic stress along with potential health hazards because of the deadly corona outbreak.
Disruption in supply chain
People are worried about having access to essential commodities during the current global pandemic. The supply chain has experienced an overwhelming amount of disturbance over the past few months. The shelves at the grocery stores are empty, thus adding to the panic and triggering confusion in the minds of people. The supply of perishable foodstuff and pharmaceutical products and produce, which operate on a rigorous and well-monitored time schedule is completely disrupted. The restrictions have impacted the transport services in India’s global supply chains drastically and brought into focus the drastic shortages of critical medical components that are required in the fight against the pandemic.
Disruption in education and jobs
Nearly all countries have taken tough quarantine measures and imposed restrictions on flights until September. Tension and uncertainty brought about by the pandemic stalk the students studying in global universities as well. Millions of jobs worldwide are going to be wiped out by a worldwide recession since there would be no international movement
Disruption in International travel
Nearly all countries and regions have responded to the pandemic by levying global restrictions. These apply to restrictions on travelers coming from all other countries and foreign territories. These also prevent their own citizens from traveling overseas. Airline and port restrictions have restrained all international movement and made it nearly impossible for people to get home. There is a significantly reduced willingness to travel. The places are no longer bustling with people exploring the world and making free international movement is curved because of the deadly virus. The restrictions have had a severe negative economic as well as a devastating social impact on the travel sector in all regions. All movement has to be contained” until September before anyone can even begin to start thinking or planning a vacation again.
Disruption in economy
As the pandemic is raging worldwide, the movement of ships has come to a halt. Curbs on international shipping movements around the world have also severely affected the global economy. Reduced workforce and restriction in operations aggravate the cargo congestion, thus causing disruption of the supply chain, which also includes movement of essential goods, medical supplies, and foodstuffs. The disruptive effects of the restrictions in movement together with health issues triggered by the coronavirus pandemic will cause irreparable and irretrievable monetary losses globally.