An Epidemiological Update on COVID -19

Best and Worst Epidemiological Scenarios of COVID-19

Author(s): Mohamed Tariq N.P.M, D. Manikandan and S.U. Mohammed Riyaz *

Pp: 20-30 (11)

DOI: 10.2174/9789815050325122010007

* (Excluding Mailing and Handling)


This chapter aims to assess the social, healthcare, and economic impacts of SARS-Corona Virus 2019 globally since the World Health Organization declared it a global pandemic in March 2020. The primary focus of this study is to assess the management of this disaster, our emergency response to it, and our preparedness. Currently, the pandemic has spread across the globe, leaving its impression in 196 countries, so a complete analysis of it can only be made once the pandemic ends. The epidemiological techniques and statistical modelling data of this highly infectious virus across the globe are important for conducting such studies. Currently, this data is inconsistent depending upon the climate and case-to-case scenarios. There is an urgent need for government and non-governmental organizations to work together in a coherent way to fight this disease. This deadly virus can only be neutralized by public awareness, social distancing, and vaccination.

Keywords: Epidemiological, Manifestation, Pandemic, SARS- Corona Virus.

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