After the pandemic, we have become more cautious, about how prepared we are in managing natural disasters; like the coronavirus outbreak.
The population of human beings that suffered the most from the assault of the pandemic, were those who were under the burden of one type of disease or the other [mainly non-communicable diseases]; either diabetes, hypertension, or other types of chronic diseases, which can be prevented, to some extent.
A pandemic is described as a large-scale outbreak of infectious disease that can greatly impact morbidity and mortality over a wide geographic area and cause significant economic, social, and political disruption (Madhav, 2017).
In the wake of the pandemic, while we count losses, and nurture our wounds, we as a race, were able to still make progress in historical leaps & bounds. The gospel of Digital Health gained a wider audience & followership, as people, governments & organizations, began to realize the important need for us to have a healthcare system that had remote care woven into its fabrics.
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How ready are we? What lessons are we learning?
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It’s not a death sentence, see it as a fight you already won.