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Role of Healthcare Management in Pandemic of COVID-19

Krishna Sharma, Khushi Dhakad, Piyush Agarwal, Manish Mathuria


COVID-19 was first reported on December 19, 2019, in the city of Wuhan Hubei in China. It has since spread to more than 210 countries and regions. This severe acute respiratory syndrome is spread over by the coronavirus with trouble in breathing and flu-like symptoms. The disease caused by virus was called COVID-19. Over 2.2 million people worldwide have died. The United States is the most affected country with 0.7 million patients. Treatment and social impact on society have been described. It has been demonstrated that a combination of anti-viral medications with hydroxychloroquine and azithromycin (in consultation with a doctor) may be the best alternative for treating patients on the basis of patient conditions and symptoms. Although allopathic medicine along with Greek medicine may also be useful. Treatment and quarantine are a must otherwise it may be worst. It is also necessary to educate our new generation of science and technology to fight any such accident in the future. An epidemic affecting the health and economy of the world is an epidemic of
nature. The major limitation of addressing this problem is the lack of possible vaccines or effective drugs for the treatment or control of the disease. Considering the lack of time, the paper aims to assess the climate, socio-biology that affects epidemics globally. Based on their interdependence, MCAC analysis has led to the air temperature of COVID-19 responsible for the increased death rates of COVID-19 and MERS. The factors such as humidity, age, airflow, and air communication have been classified. So, models explain why temperate countries of common climatic regions and older people are more sensitive. It has been estimated the possibility of countries which are based on their geographical locations and have been found to be effective for long-term aerosol transmission. Since many of these factors remain out of control or uncontrolled, the identified linkage factors in this paper host behavior to deal with the conditions, and several relations can be preferred.


COVID19; novel Corona virus2; sars viral; Viral immune response; social distancing; total explanatory structural modeling health care crisi

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