Covid-19

Are We Learning the Right Lessons About Modern Healthcare Systems From COVID-19?

by Nanditha Nagamani PraveenImage: Antonio Casas / Flickr The first cases of COVID-19 began to surface in January 2020, and nearly a year and a half later, the world is still reeling from the painful impact of a global pandemic that has killed over 3 million people. With its ability to spread through the air … Continue reading Are We Learning the Right Lessons About Modern Healthcare Systems From COVID-19?

The Controversial U.K. delay of the Second Vaccine Dose and the Future Implications

by Yashaswi Bista Image: Mika Baumeister/Unsplash The U.K. was one of the first countries to implement a COVID-19 vaccination plan. The country originally expected to release the second dose of the COVID vaccine three to four weeks after the first, but changes have now been made. The British government announced that citizens would wait twelve … Continue reading The Controversial U.K. delay of the Second Vaccine Dose and the Future Implications

The Hawaii Scandal: Canadian Politicians Travelling Abroad During COVID-19

by Chris Pratt Image: Edward Maurer/Flickr When the number of Alberta’s COVID-19 cases rose in the fall, the United Conservative Party (UCP) government emphasized the importance of personal responsibility in both combating the virus spread and flattening the curve. Hospitalization and ICU rates mounted, nevertheless. This eventually led to the enactment of mandatory restrictions, though … Continue reading The Hawaii Scandal: Canadian Politicians Travelling Abroad During COVID-19

Economic Growth During a Pandemic: An Oxymoron or a Reality?

by: AnonymousImage Credit: Samurai Spy Let’s play a modified game of ‘Two Truths and a Lie’, except in this version of the game, identify two lies and one truth. Statement 1: Vietnam is currently regarded as one of the most dangerous and COVID-19 case abundant countries in the world. Statement 2: Every country in Asia … Continue reading Economic Growth During a Pandemic: An Oxymoron or a Reality?

Today’s Youth is Suffering in a Different Way Than You May Think

by Monique Kasonga Image Source: Robert Lang With the one year anniversary of COVID-19’s arrival to Canada just around the corner, most Canadians are able to say how much their lives have drastically changed during this past year. Back in March, when most of the country found itself in quarantine, many of Canada’s youth experienced … Continue reading Today’s Youth is Suffering in a Different Way Than You May Think

Trapped: Domestic Violence & Covid-19

By Heeya Firdaus Image Credit: First Post Referred to as “the shadow pandemic” by the United Nations, domestic violence has seen an alarming rate of increase during the COVID-19 lockdown. Wan Fei, the founder of an anti-violence non-profit in Jingzhou, Hubei, said that reports of domestic violence have nearly doubled since cities went into lockdown. … Continue reading Trapped: Domestic Violence & Covid-19

New Zealand vs Global Pandemic: Did New Zealand Already win?

By Anonymous Image credit: BCC Covid-19 has led to over one million deaths, economic strife, and the rapid search for a vaccine all over the world. Countries like the United States, India, Italy, China, and Brazil have been among some of the hardest hit by the Coronavirus. On the other hand, New Zealand has already … Continue reading New Zealand vs Global Pandemic: Did New Zealand Already win?

Cultural Differences Unveiled Through COVID-19

By Kristin Cho Image credit: Oracle The COVID-19 pandemic has a global impact socially, economically, and politically. Although countries like New Zealand, Vietnam, and Taiwan have been averaging less than 5 new cases each day, many countries still struggle with the exploding new COVID cases. With the elongated duration of the pandemic providing great numbers … Continue reading Cultural Differences Unveiled Through COVID-19