A pragmatic role of COVID 19 on Indian society: A review article
Verma Tripti, Gupta Alka
The novel coronavirus have changed the lives of individual and the co-existence of the many as anyone can the carrier of COVID-19 for that social distancing is regarded as the highest civic duty and isolation is demanded by the young to stay fit and in order to protect the weak and elderly. The corona outbreak may be claiming all across the globe for keeping human sealed indoors due to spiralling fear and mass confusion but apart from darker side it has positive effects on Indian society also. The corona pandemic damages the human life in unprecedented manner in the form of virus infection, mental illness, stress management, fatigue, anxiety and depression. Apart from the various negative sides that disrupted our routine life badly and has created challenges for humans but it also has various positive affect also which we should start to consider. lockdown positive outcomes in changing the air quality,brought big opportunity for the Indian economy, lower incidence of crime reports,enforcement on ‘be Indian buy Indian’ and ‘vocal for the local’. Indians started to made conscious choice and intake the immune boosting food was highly demanded across the country. Many people at this time tried to adopt the idea of farming at home because of viral transmission. Ayurveda herbal medicine has best potential and possibilities to be employed for the prevention and treatment of COVID-19 thus India’s traditional immunotherapy approach and adopted globally Various Evidence Based study showed that India can filled its financial loss as by becoming vocal for local to purchase Indian products. Being optimistic, India focuses on various opportunities coming forward to accelerate its economic condition through uplift the medical facilities by the application of 4Ts like Tracing, Testing, Tracking, and Treatment has yield great result also so the Indian citizen doing their job well and contribute their effort in improving the financial well built.