Post pandemic world: A glimpse of what we can expect

Covid-19 is the subject of yet another article about the Post pandemic world. Tired of hearing and reading about Covid-19’s negative effects all over the place? I’m here to offer a ray of optimism into your lives, so don’t worry. As they say, “Everything has NEGATIVE as well as POSITIVE impacts”. Today, I’m going to discuss what we can expect in the post-covid world.

First and foremost, we must recognize that Covid-19 is not a passing storm or something that will simply pass us by, allowing us to wait in peace. The world before the epidemic was anything but normal, and the world after the pandemic is unlikely to return to normal. Let’s now take a look at the new Post pandemic world.

Sectors that are likely to change post-pandemic

Post pandemic world in healthcare sector
Credits: Mhealth Journal
  1. Trade – The home delivery system is going to explode as a result of this Covid-19. You see rather than sending staff home, Amazon (the tech giant) recruited them. Google, Apple, eBay, and Alibaba are all stepping up their cybersecurity efforts. Furthermore, they will be in fierce competition with one another in terms of “delivery speed.” Besides, a big number of young people will be able to work for these companies as an intern or part-time employee. Rather than spending their time on video games, they can promote e-commerce by performing home deliveries.
  2. Health – In times of emergency, health infrastructure will undoubtedly step up its efforts to offer the best possible care to patients. Many countries have implemented health insurance to cover medical expenses. The government will invest additional cash to begin research on the future so-called pandemics “SARS” and “Covid-19.” Furthermore, new international health policies will be discussed in order to foster international cooperation.

More sectors that will see a surge

Post pandemic world in IT sector
Credits: Indian Education
  1. Education – Many countries throughout the world have adopted a new education method known as e-learning. E-learning has quickly replaced traditional learning in primary and secondary schools. Turkey, on the other hand, has come up with an original approach by launching free e-learning TV channels. The rationale for this is because it will benefit individuals who do not have access to the internet. Additionally, educational institutions will train their teachers to teach students online in a more effective way.
  2. ITOn the other hand, after the pandemic, this sector will skyrocket. During Coivd-19, we saw how important the internet is and how practically everyone relies on it. Because the two most popular companies (Zoom/Skype) observed a surge in usage during pandemics, they will now provide web-based conference services. Their stock has likewise increased in value. Furthermore, entertainment giants such as Hotstar, Netflix, and Amazon Prime received millions of new subscribers. Artificial Intelligence is expected to benefit from 5G broadband in both industrial and social applications.
  3. Tourism – A study showed that almost 70% of the total population are frustrated. As a result, they will be looking forward to taking a short holiday after the outbreak. Tourism will recover, but it will take time. Gambia, Portugal, Trinidad, and other countries have made significant investments in tourism. As a result, they will collaborate closely with hotel and resort owners. In most nations, it appears that new visa regulations will be implemented for tourists.

There is a slew of other things that will shift. However, I’ve addressed the most essential areas that will undoubtedly alter in the near future.

Author: Pranshu Agarwal

Do read other article: Medical Aid to India from different countries amidst Covid-19

Pranshu Agarwal

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