Covid-19 pandemic.

Covid-19 pandemic. 1

Living with the epidemic and accepting the epidemic in reality are currently scenarios in many countries around the world.

The Covid-19 acute pneumonia epidemic caused by the corona virus, more than three months after the outbreak in China, still holds the whole world in its clutches.

Right from the present time, countries have to start thinking about a way out of the epidemic, which is not difficult to understand, simply because it is very necessary.

Two scenarios during the pandemic

Nowhere can it be said that the epidemic has passed or that the epidemic has been completely controlled.

Living with the epidemic means that the epidemic continues to spread, but at a level and within a controllable scope.

Accepting that the epidemic is still hidden in reality means being successful in dealing with the epidemic to the point where there are no more infected people, but it cannot be absolutely guaranteed that the epidemic has been completely repelled because it cannot be completely eliminated.

It can be understood in a simple way here that as long as the world has not completely eradicated the epidemic, any country or territory will still have to constantly respond to the risk of recurrence.

Finding the `way out` is essential

The fact that we have to start thinking about a way out of the epidemic right now is not difficult to understand, simply because it is very necessary.

Countries in Europe, China or the US are still suffering from severe epidemics but have all had to consider a way out.

In other words, it is a combination of adapting the country’s political and economic activities and people’s lives to the context of the epidemic situation with the development strategy for the post-epidemic period.

Determining this exit at the present time is not simple or easy at all, the risk of the strategy, scenario or roadmap of the exit going bankrupt or failing is very high.

What `exit` is there for countries?

Any exit path includes reopening schools so parents can continue to work, allowing small shops to reopen for business, and factories and workshops to resume production.

And there are two special things worth paying attention to here: every exit is aimed at stimulating internal demand to become the new decisive growth engine during the epidemic and continuing to close national borders to people while still

With different policy priorities, this exit will also be different because in essence it is still a determination that people’s health and lives or economic development are the goals that need to be given top priority during the epidemic.

According to Dich Dung

World & Vietnam

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