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Economic Impact of COVID-19 Pandemic: A Critical Review
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1  Department of Computer Science, Veer Kunwar Singh University, Ara - 802301, India
2  Department of Education, Patna Women’s College, Patna, India
3  Department of Commerce and Business Management, Veer Kunwar Singh University,Ara, India
Academic Editor: Humbert G. Díaz


Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) is a severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) pandemic caused by the novel coronavirus. The propagation of the virus has been exponential; currently, COVID-19 cases are present worldwide in 213 countries, areas, or territories. Globally researchers are working and sharing their input on COVID-19 epidemiology, prevention, treatment, and clinical and diagnostic trends. This paper contains a brief historical and comparative overview of selected pandemics, particularly concerning the COVID-19 pandemic and its impact on the global economy. When new patients are diagnosed, the epidemiological information provided in the paper is subject to change and the status of current cases is updated on a regular basis.

Keywords: COVID – 19, Swine Flu, Global Economy, Health
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estefania Ascencio
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Md. Alimul Haque
Dear estefania Ascencio
On the human front, most pandemic-related news has been negative. Despite this, it would make sense to assume that the natural world, at least, is getting a bit of a break. A world in which humans are traveling far less should offer major environmental benefits.
I think situations will be under control in the coming years.
And it will be possible if the vaccination is successful.