Take some time to learn about the global covid-19 battle
Covid-19, the deadly virus that originated from China and, spread around the world in a matter of months has left only a few countries untouched.
No matter where we are in the world, we can learn from what other countries are doing right and, especially, what they are doing wrong.
We can learn that Canadians are forming online groups to help people in need for their groceries or any other help. We can learn how the USA is not doing the best it can for the outbreak.
Each case teaches its lessons and we can then try to persuade our policymakers to implement different strategies and avoid pitfalls.
As more countries try different solutions, we will get to know the ones that work best concerning different external factors as geography, weather and country’s wealth. Those solutions can be copied in similar situations and the coronavirus will be managed swiftly.
Just like the virus can evolve into different strains, we can evolve our solutions with directed efforts and figure out the best working solutions to implement.
We already have many of the solutions at work right this moment all over the world like washing hands for more than 20 seconds.
With more trials and errors, we can come up with better and faster solutions.