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Social Distancing and its Impact on the Global Economy

Global Economy and new challenges

Governments across the world are working round the clock to curb the spread of the coronavirus pandemic. Unfortunately, it is not an easy task as the pandemic is far from being over. It could take several months to stabilize the situation. Less than two weeks ago, the capital city of the U.K. made the decision to ban people from different households from meeting each other indoors. This way, the government wants to stop the spread of the coronavirus pandemic. However, social distancing may also create issues for the global economy.

Importantly, for more than half a year governments implemented various methods to cope with the pandemic. As a result, lockdowns created a lot of stress and fatigue among people. Moreover, some places around the globe made the decision to introduce even more draconian measures.

It is hard to blame governments, as they want to minimize the damage caused by the pandemic.  However,  it won’t be easy to cope with even more drastic measures. The path towards recovery continues to be inherently antisocial, as it is quite hard to adapt to this lifestyle.

Moreover, social distancing has the potential to lead to a tectonic shift in how the world functions in the foreseeable future. Furthermore, social distancing may not work in every country in the world due to various factors.

Social distancing, economy, and challenges

It is worth mentioning that, the entire world’s economy has shrunk dramatically. Moreover, pandemic created the biggest problems for the U.S. economy since the Great Depression. As a reminder, the gross domestic product (GDP) collapsed and millions of people across the country lost their jobs.

It is no secret that a robust economy is dependent upon the movement of goods and people. Social distancing had a tremendous impact on hotels, airlines, restaurants, etc. Furthermore, restaurants suffered the biggest losses due to the pandemic. It makes sense as restaurants need people to meet, socialize, and enjoy the dinner. Moreover, airlines and hotels need people to travel to conduct business or to see family as well as to explore new places.

Also, long and extensive social distancing did not work well in every country, especially in freer countries. Moreover, the new coronavirus cases in the U.S. and Europe are even more difficult for people who feel they have endured a lot. However, social distancing worked really well in China.

Governments of many countries are working hard to deal with the coronavirus pandemic. However, they should help companies. Otherwise, many companies will go out of business in the near future.

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