Living with Covid-19 has forced humanity to adapt to the new normal

Covid-19 has brought serious and wide-ranging, even revolutionary, adjustments to life in a very short period of time By Mandy Nyama As the Lockdown is being eased On this week's MailOnline Health Column, I am going to share about Covid 19 pandemic how it changed our normal way of living. The recent Covid-19 pandemic has had significant psychological and social effects on the population. Research has highlighted the impact on psychological well-being of the most exposed groups, the elderly, business community, children, students, and health workers, who are more likely to develop post-traumatic stress disorder, anxiety, depression, and other symptoms of distress. The social distance and the security measures have affected the relationship among people and their perception of empathy toward others. According to WHO Covid 19 Worldometer over 2.8million people have died from Covid 19 pandemic and cases recorded so far are over 130million and the most affected being the United States of America. Zimbabwe has recorded 36 893 confirmed cases of Covid 19 pandemic and 1 523 confirmed deaths as at 2nd April 2021. The Covid-19 pandemic led to a prolonged exposure to stress, as everything was on lockdown.

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