Volume 4Number 1, January 2022
Monowar Ahmad Tarafdar1
The COVID-19 crisis has tremendous negative impacts on communities and economies around the world. The pandemic will be the tip of the iceberg of a much larger systemic crisis. The inter -relationship between natural environment and human activities has a negative shift. The pandemic has highlighted domestic and international weaknesses, driving the need for global paradigm shift.
This pandemic has revealed significant domestic and international loopholes, it exposed some misunderstandings and fallacies of conventions used to explain the world. Changes of human interactions and interpersonal relationship are already happening in the societies. Communication and personal perceptions are being largely influenced by the pandemic. This will certainly mold the next generation leaders to think and modulate the opportunity future challenges.
- Professor and Head, Department of Community Medicine