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Some Areas of Damage due to COVID-19 in Haryana


  • Rekha Rani Aryavart College of Education
  • Purnima Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering, Panjab University


In present times when whole world is suffering from the COVID-19 disease which has occurred from virus called as SARS-COV-2. Healthcare workers, doctors, researchers, technologists, teachers, citizens and government all are working day and night to find the vaccine for the disease and the containment of the same. COVID-19 has affected not only health of millions of people but also the economy of the world and the education societies. Hence, there is an urgent need to conduct academic research to contain the virus and study the impact of the same which can further help the government in minimizing the impact. As of July 13, 2020, roughly, 10.3 million people are infected in the whole world out of which 7.6 million people have successfully recovered and are healthy now and 0.5 million people have died. Even, the wealthiest and developed countries are affected and are finding new ways to restore the balance between healthy economy and healthy people. India is currently having some significant challenges with 0.9 million infected people and half of them fully recovered. This paper is focused on the impact of COVID-19 in the state Haryana which is having total cases of 21k as of July 13, 2020 out of which 16k have recovered. Potential areas of damage due to COVID-19 in Haryana includes environmental, education, economic, health, psychological and some other sectors too. Haryana state is known to be state of villages which also deals with people with more mythical beliefs than scientific theories which makes it a very important for the researchers to understand the situation in Haryana and all kinds of impacts. Also, there are various problems with the new norm work from home (WFH) in field of education and corporate world. Schools in Haryana have been closed since 14th March 2020 after which schools adopted for virtual classrooms but faced many problems including network glitch, lack of training and lack of awareness. This paper was written, keeping in mind every challenge and a try to find the viable solution for them.


COVID-19, Impact, Haryana


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