ARE REGIONAL ORGANIZATIONS HANDLING THE PANDEMIC CRISIS BETTER?

Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary Diplomatist|May 2020

ARE REGIONAL ORGANIZATIONS HANDLING THE PANDEMIC CRISIS BETTER?
As nation after nation is enforcing the lockdown, borders have gone up and globalization has gone down. The pandemic hit the world as we know will unlikely to be the same, but regions as they remained relevant. A COVID-19 or Coronavirus, which was first identified in the city of Wuhan, central China, last December only has now spread throughout the globe. The pandemic is the greatest and most threatening since the flu of 1918-19 and world wars. It has not only altered the existing healthcare system of some of the developed countries of the world but, also brought all the activities of day to day to a standstill.
SHUBHAM KR. GUPTA

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May 2020