Special Issue 4: Covid-19
This issue is for publication on related topics:
Coronaviruses in General.
Covid-19 impact on the global economy.
Covid-19 epidemic impact on international trade.
Covid-19 epidemic impact on the economy of High Income Countries.
Covid-19 epidemic impact on the economy of Lower Middle Income Countries.
Covid-19 epidemic impact on the performance of religious rites.
Effective management in dealing with a Covid-19 pandemic crisis.
Covid-19 epidemic impact on political stability.
Covid-19 epidemic impact on sector, schools, universities.
Covid-19 epidemic impact on: Medical research, Administration, Economics, Education, Politics, Social, Companies, Industry, Trade.
1:- Employees Working From Home During The (COVID-19) Pandemic Period: A Survey of Chennai City, Tamil Nadu
C.Vijai , S.M.Suryalakshmi
This study aimed to analyze the Coronavirus (COVID 19) impact on the employees work from home in Chennai City, Tamilnadu. A study was conducted in Chennai, Tamilnadu. A total number of 325 Respondents. (Male 178, Female 142 and Prefer not to say 5). Data were processed and analyzed by the Statistical Package for social science. A chi-square test was used to investigate the level of association among variables at the significance level of p<0.05. A total of 325 respondents, the majorities were male and it is found that the majority of respondents are below 31-40 years of age group. The majority of respondents (68.6%) are having work from home and the majority of respondents having dedicated workspace at home, no disturbance from family members to work from home (48.0%) The majority of the respondents say more pressure at Work from home (36.3%) finally, the majority of the respondents say do not continue work from home (58.2%) Coronavirus (COVID 19) has a huge impact on working people. According to data from the CMIE and other institutions, about 10 crore Indians lost their jobs in a month after the lockdown was announced on March 25 in the country. Employees want support for their financial, physical, and psychological wellbeing during this health crisis.
Keywords: Corona virus (COVID- 19), Employees, Pandemic, Outbreak, Social Distance, Lock Down, Work from home.
2:- COVID-19 & PASSIVE IMMUNITY
Mehak Shamshair Ali , and Moqeeta Shamshair Ali
This paper aims at the present disaster of corona, we need to control it as soon as possible and for this we not only need to struggle for preventive measures but also need to find the exact treatment for this disaster. The one way, in corona treatment we need to immunize the patient not to vaccinate him because via vaccination only prevention is possible not treatment but vaccination will prove good for future purpose. To treat the patient from corona we need to use an artificial passive immunization method. It will prove effective in treatment in all stages of corona even to critical and severe patients. As this is a prospective type article just to give a thought, that how we can treat the corona and for this, first of all, we need to get antibodies against corona and then introduced in patients of corona to provide artificial passive immunity. Once the artificial passive immunity will develop in patients of corona, it will help them in fighting against corona but its not be used for preventive measure as it has short duration of action and it will not be used for long term purposes.
Keywords: passive immunity; coronavirus; covid-19; vaccination; immunization.
3:- Combating the spread of pandemic Covid-19: Legislative, executive and other tools being used in Bangladesh
Md. Mahabubur Rahman
This paper aims to present an overall idea about the legislative, executive and other tools being used by the Government of the People’s Republic of Bangladesh for combating the spread of pandemic novel coronavirus disease (Covid-19) amid the debate that Bangladesh has no law sufficient to tackle the potency of such a pandemic like Covid-19 and the condemnation of the use of unwanted force by the enforcement agencies like police and local administration. Bangladesh has already entered the worst phase of the pandemic with both infection and death numbers accelerating. Government has so far taken measures mostly as per the law newly enacted back in 2018 and used the executive or administrative and other weapons to ensure the lockdown, quarantine, isolation, social distancing. Media misinformation has happened here likewise other time of incidents as part of cultural setting of this country and then the Digital Security Act came to play an important role to make the general people free of panic and rely on the authorized or verified information. This paper recites only the legislative tools along with the executive orders, notifications, circulars issued by the government and other tools like various guidance, instructions, etc. of the World Health Organization (WHO) for the information of the concerned with an intention to grow more confidence in them to work actively and create awareness among the people to abide by the health guidelines for their own health cause.
Keywords: Covid-19, legislative tools, executive tools, coronavirus, pandemic, Bangladesh.
4:- THE EFFECT OF COVID-19 PANDEMIC ON DISTANCE LEARNING IN JORDAN (Al WESTEYAH DISTRICT SCHOOLS)
Mahmoud Suleiman Dahoud
The purpose of this study is to discuss the effectiveness of new distance learning method in Jordan. The distance learning was not used effectively and officially before COVID-19 pandemic in Jordan as the traditional learning despite the training received from teachers by the ministry of education (MOE), so the online-education was insufficient for students. Many factors affected distance learning are discussed in the paper. The COVID-19 pandemic has some benefits on education system in Jordan. It can be used in future after returning to face-to-face education system, teachers and MOE can turn some traditional tools for online applications with the acceptance of society.
Key words: COVID-19, distance learning, MOE, pandemic, traditional learning.
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Middle East Industrial Services and Consulting (MEISC)
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