In September of this year, there was a virus that spread all over the world called the Covid 19. The number of people who died from the virus has increased to tens of thousands, with the World Health Organisation reporting that at least 54,000 people have died from it. This virus is affecting many countries and continents, with only a handful of places where it is not spreading. A lot of people are saying that it’s going to take at least 5 years to get rid of this virus. I am not sure if we can get rid of it in a few years, but I am sure it will take a long time.
The number of people that have been infected with the recent strain of the Covid 19 pandemic has caused it to be labeled as the most dangerous strain of influenza in the world. It is estimated that there have been around 30,000 deaths, a number that has risen by 10,000 in just one month. Though not everyone has died from this infection, it is estimated that it will cost over 1 trillion dollars to combat. The main problem with this virus is that it affects not only the infected, but also those close to them. With so many people falling victim to this virus, there is not much the government can do. There are some things that you can do in order to protect yourself and your family and be ready for the outbreak.
How Covid 19 impacted India
The 19th of November in India was a very sad day as it marked the start of the most widespread and deadliest outbreak of Covid virus since the discovery of the virus in 2009. At least 100,000 cases of the virus have been reported in India alone, and over a million people have been quarantined to contain the outbreak.
India’s southern states have been hit by a bizarre pandemic that threatens to turn the nation into a dystopian, disease-ridden wasteland. Named Covid 19, the virus is a fast-acting killer that has already claimed thousands of lives. The outbreak is so severe that the government has declared a state of emergency, shutting down the country’s airports and declaring a curfew across Mumbai.
A new virus, called Covid 19, has come to the world and now it is becoming widespread and contagious. It is mostly active in India and the epidemic has left the country in lockdown. It is unclear how many people have been infected, but the death toll is rising each day. There are only two ways to deal with this pandemic, and they are vaccinating everyone or quarantining everyone with symptoms. In this blog, we will learn about some information on the epidemic and how to prevent yourself from getting it, and what precautions you should take.
- Avoiding Misinformation: As more and more people have been infected with the Covid 19 virus, there has been a significant rise in panic buying of groceries and food. The best way to combat this is to create accurate and timely information that will calm people down. You should take the opportunity to blog about the effects of the virus, if it affects you, what you should do, and how you can protect yourself. Be aware about the number of fatalities, diagnosis and treatment options, vaccines, medicines, government policies, etc., creates more panic and anxiety among the population.
2. AI to the rescue: AI can help in these efforts by supporting human decision making through the development or repurposing of technological innovations. Gartner identifies four ways that AI can assist in Covid-19 vaccination efforts.
AI Can Reduce Uncertainty: Even though AI can’t eliminate uncertainty, it can certainly help to reduce it. For instance, during the Pandemic, during which Covid-19 was spreading, analysts used AI to build models. However, with more data, the models became more accurate.
AI can help find drugs: Using artificial intelligence, medical researchers can make vaccine suggestions by studying the structures of viral proteins, and can analyze tens of thousands of relevant research papers at an unprecedented rate. Teams at the Allen Institute of AI and Google DeepMind have created AI tools, shared data sets and research results.
3. Facial recognition and big data: The use of facial recognition technology and data can automatically identify people even when they are disguised. It is also possible to track quarantined people and keep tabs on them. CCTV cameras and facial recognition technologies can identify infected people who break the rules and step out even while being quarantined.
4. Adoption of work from home culture: Working from home has many benefits. It can reduce your carbon footprint, reduce the need for more office space, and save on commuting expenses and most importantly reduce the community spread of the disease. However, if you work from home, there are a few challenges that you might not have thought of before. One such challenge is that your work is going to be seen differently. In order to make your work from home concept work, you need to be sure that it’s a good idea for your business and in line with the values you stand for.
5. Contact less services: It is becoming increasingly difficult to reduce the risk of contracting a pandemic. However, one of the most effective ways to reduce the risk of a pandemic is by adopting contact less services. A study done by the National Institute of Health found that contact less services reduces the spread of the flu by 75%. Another study conducted by the World Health Organization found that contact less services reduced the risk of flu transmission in hospitals by 75%.
6. Setting up Thermal imager in public places: Nowadays, it is hard to track patients from the comfort of your home. A great tool that can be used to monitor patients is a thermal imager. A thermal imager is a digital camera that can detect people and track them from the comfort of your home. In this blog, I’ll discuss how a thermal imager can be put up in public places to detect patients.
It is a device that uses thermography to detect the temperature of an object and allow the user to see what temperature it is. This type of device can be put up in public places, like an airport, or a doctor’s office, to detect patients that are infected with this virus. This is especially important in order to track how many people are infected with this virus.
7. Big data to fight Covid: A new technology is coming in the form of big data and it is making big impacts in the world. Big data is not just the use of the internet and the internet of things to store information, but also the collection and analysis of massive amounts of data to produce useful information. This blog discusses how big data can be used to fight covid.
China is using big data to fight Covid, a virulent computer virus that first emerged in September. The virus, according to some security experts, could soon reach epidemic proportions and pose a significant threat to business continuity.
8. Virtual Healthcare : Virtual healthcare has been around for a while, but it has never really taken off until recently. The cost of a virtual visit is just a fraction of the cost of traditional healthcare.With virtual healthcare, patients can have their doctor do an exam over the phone or online. They can also get medical advice and treatment from doctors all over the world. It is also an easy way to communicate with your doctor and stay in touch with what’s going on in your health. The main benefits of virtual healthcare are convenience and accessibility.
Have you ever been in the situation where you need to make an appointment with your doctor, but for some reason or another cannot make it in? If you are unable to make an appointment with your doctor, then what is the next best option? There is a virtual doctor that has been made available to help with the communication process. With virtual healthcare, a patient can have his/her doctor present virtually through telemedicine.
Our greatest threat today is a pandemic virus which is enormously infectious and may be lethal. Through COVID-19’s transparency, we now know that we weren’t prepared for a pandemic situation.
It is not a question of if or when the next pandemic will happen, but rather how prepared we will be to handle it, both individually and collectively. We need to be prepared.
Indeed, technology is evolving exponentially, but human institutions and societies must accept it and continue investing in technology systems for health preparedness. Following the COVID-19 outbreak, it has been apparent that technical innovations are helping to manage the disease outbreak and better equip the nation to combat future public health emergencies.