CORONA VIRUS: THEN & NOW
After World War 2, Covid-19 comes out as the major health crisis globally.
Except in Antarctica, the virus has widespread worldwide. Coronavirus death
toll reached the tragic breakthrough of more than two million deaths. Pressurize
every one of the countries it touches, it has the power to create destructive social,
economic, and political effects that will leave intense and deep-rooted scars. Globally,
governments are taking radical mitigation measures to counter the health impact of the virus.
Like other countries of the world, Pakistan is also struck by the pandemic with an increasing
number of confirmed cases since February 2020. Pakistan so far has been able to implement effective
medical, social, and economic measures due to which the situation on the ground seems to be under control.
In the era of globalization, coronavirus may be a turning point. The crucial victims of the COVID-19
outbreak are micro, small, and medium-sized enterprises with a certain degree of losses.