Coronavirus(COVID-19) , Mother Nature , Climate Change & Post-COVID-19 phase

And here’s the second one.

josiesvoice

I just found out the news that China will be lifting the travel ban on Hubei province,including Wuhan where it was the epicenter of the coronavirus outbreak.

Lock down was enforced since January  and just a few weeks ago in that month ,there were signs that the air pollution in China especially in those 2 places had cleared significantly. I believe the International Space Station can look down from above to see that the air quality is now so clear,as if of perfect quality. By March, the incidence rate had already gone down significantly, in fact, less than 10 affected with that virus.

Hubei’s travel ban will be lifted soon while Wuhan will have theirs lifted, I believe from April 8 on. Gradual return of everyday services with frequent health-checks will be in play.

That is something that I am looking forward to as well. it would be one hell…

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A Few Lessons We Can Learn From COVID-19

One of two guest posts on CoVid 19 and the Environment.

Little Miss Cricket

I know, I know, it’s all everyone’s talking about… but I promise this one’s worth a read. 😀

I’ve always been a firm believer of “everything happens for a reason” and even though we face many things that are highly un-ideal, there’s always something good to come out of them. Granted, sometimes you have to dig a little deeper to find the good, but hear me out.

The Corona Virus has pretty much taken over the world – countries are going on lockdown, businesses are closing, and it’s all very tragic. I’m not going to talk about death/survival rates, the nature of the virus, or any of the usual stuff going round, but fact remains that there are many things/people that are being negatively affected by it.

I do, however, like to look at the positive side of things whenever possible, and I invite you to join me in doing…

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