Going back to normal sounds really amazing, isn’t it? In fact, since the beginning of COVID-19 pandemic, statistics and numbers are all we hear every day. And while we used to adjust to the new normal, it looks like the old normal is coming back to us. Yet, it will be slow and it certainly is a process, which requires a lot of patience and a protective behavior.
While the rest of the world recovers from COVID-19 grasp, since a couple of weeks India’s right in the eye of the storm. As the situation escalates, people keep wondering if this is the red light to switch on the alarm. In March both U.S.A. and India began to struggle with the new COVID-19 waves that hit them. Sharing 1st places in morbidity and mortality rates, along with Brazil is no longer available, and India is now a winner.
Responses to the COVID-19 pandemic have changed the tone and tenor of everyday life by touching many aspects of global society, including environmental health. Social distancing measures, including cuts to air travel and restrictions to social gatherings, have already impacted the environment on a global scale.
As the time is passing by, and the weather outside is constantly changing, there's one thing globally that's going to stick with all of us for certainly a long period, and that's for sure COVID-19. So, if avoiding crowded places, keeping a distance and wearing a mask has been considered as a strange and totally wrong behavior, nowadays it's perfectly normal.