Positive Impacts of COVID

  1. Helping in building a genuine relationship: Due to lockdown, people got trapped in their own homes. Before COVID, due to busy life and schedule people don’t have time for their family and relation. But in lockdown, they get a chance to spend time with family and beloved ones. During this time, helping each other has connected the family.
  2. Air is cleaner and the environment is greener: Due to the imposing of lockdown, there are no vehicles on the road, no industries are operating results in lesser air pollution and improved air quality. Nature is healing on its own. In major metropolitan cities, the atmosphere quality has improved to great extent.
  3. Boosting Localism & big opportunity for Indian Economy: People are purchasing goods from the local market rather than to go for some big complexes that boost up the local market. As import is banned by the government, it is a big opportunity for industries to stand on their own feet and fulfill every need of the country.
  4. Crime incidents have been rarer: There is a sudden decrease in the crime rate in the lockdown. The drop in crime rates corresponds to the reduction in the percentage of petty theft, robbery, and automobile theft. The vigilance by local law enforcement has contributed significantly to the steep decline in the crime rate in several cities and towns.
  5. Wildlife is rejuvenating: Migratory birds are returning to lakes and water bodies they had once abandoned due to heavy pollution and human intervention.
  6. Boosting digitalization: During the pandemic, everything is happening with technology. Working from home, education is delivered online, digital payments, etc. Institutions can now save on the infrastructural costs and as a result, the students needn’t bear the brunt of the costs, making it more affordable. Thank technology that helps to overcome boredom and enjoy the lockdown.

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