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Learning from Pandemic, COVID-19

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The global pharmacies have realized their aspiration to reach billions of people

The global pharmacies have realized their aspiration to reach billions of people

Learning many things from Pandemic, COVID-19

Learning from Pandemic, COVID-19

The deadly disease, the COVID-19 pandemic came very quickly upon us. It clearly demonstrated that with the booming US economy, in merely three months, threatening recession and closing of businesses nationwide. Many industries and businesses showed no sign of growth in 2020. Main streets, in large cities and small towns, started dying. Tourism came to a halt. Moreover, many unemployed workers started marching in the main streets to protest against the lockdown. The Economy literally started shrinking. When many stories continued to unfold of business incidents, sending home employees, and also closing altogether, this ongoing crisis of coronavirus is not altogether doom for each type of company. Several companies benefited from the COVID-19 pandemic. For instance, essential business outlets of the kind pharmacies and grocery stores remained open to meet customer needs throughout this pandemic. They did not face any kind of hardships others have. Today, consumers have gained more knowledge and have more control over all the online activities than they have ever had before. The research study implies that the procedure of online learning has increased information retention, taking less time to implement, which means, these changes brought by coronavirus will be here to stay. Some people are wondering if the online learning process adoption will continue to stay even post-pandemic, and what sort of shift would influence the worldwide education system and market.

The institutions like Amtrust have helped small businesses throughout this coronavirus pandemic and the overall online education market is projected to attain a $355 Billion level by 2026. Many companies are strengthening their capabilities to offer better online services by providing one-stop access for students and teachers. For instance, a Singapore-based Lark collaboration suite, created by ByteDance to form an internal tool to acquire their personal and internal exponential growth, started providing students and teachers unlimited access to video conferencing possibilities, auto-translation in different language capabilities, virtual project work editing, and scheduling smart calendar, amongst several different features. This change in the system was made very quickly during this time of crisis. Lark concluded its infrastructure of engineering capabilities and the global server to ensure its reliable connectivity.

Any district school like The Los Angeles School District Unified PBS SoCal/KCET has formed a unique partnership, to provide local educational broadcasting, with individual channels for various age groups, providing many digital range options. BBC like media organizations are also providing virtual learning facilities; Whereas, Bitesize Daily, initiated 14-week curriculum-intended learning scheme on 22 April 2020, to offer students and kids around the UK, bringing celebrity like Sergio Aguero, the Manchester City footballer to teach certain beneficial ways of learning along with some of the contents, to boost their learning activities online.

Many people have been already touting such benefits from pandemic: The Professor, Dr. Amjad, of the Jordan University, who was utilizing Lark to educate young students says, “The online teaching has already changed the entire teaching system. It helps me to be in touch with my students more effectively and efficiently through the formation of new chat group methods, through conducting video meetings, by voting, and by means of document sharing, particularly during this period of the pandemic. Moreover, my students find this more convenient and easy to communicate and discuss in detail on Lark,” as he intends to continue with Lark for some more time after coronavirus problems because he believes that the traditional ways of the offline learning process and online e-learning activities go well together.

In other words, when a pandemic like Covid-19 has catapulted and tossed the whole world into submission, creating a tremendous humanitarian crisis of colossal magnitude, it has thrown an extraordinary challenge to the healthcare section and public health units, they remain fundamental to manage the health problems of many people suffering from Covid-19.

Surely, this pandemic caused many fresh challenges, but it presented the global pharma industries with tremendous opportunities to surface as a consistent and dependable high-quality medicine supplier at an affordable cost. Simultaneously, this is the time of considerable learning and gaining knowledge of the industries all over the world. The moment the process of national lockdown was initiated in the early period of 2020, the pharmaceutical associations, governments, and industrial leaders worked collectively to address and counteract the potential challenges.

This content is accurate and true to the best of the author’s knowledge and is not meant to substitute for formal and individualized advice from a qualified professional.

© 2021 Shyam Gokarn

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