The United States CDC proclaims in its mission that it “saves lives and protects people from health threats.” However, at this time of global instability, the CDC has failed to live up to its promise of inclusivity and protecting all United States citizens. guidelines surrounding COVID-19 have neglected to recognize systemic injustices in public health, leading to some minorities facing a far greater challenge in protecting themselves from the virus. In fact, many restrictions have even been harmful to these groups.
In this period of quarantine, self isolation and complete lockdown in many parts of the world, students have to spend a lot of time at home, raising concerns about reduced productivity and ultimate boredom.
Despite the unprecedented circumstances, students have found ways to keep themselves engaged, get into new routines and get started on new ambitions.
While a lot of people around us are using their time at home to develop new skills, it is also completely okay if some are not being productive or trying something new. We all have different coping mechanisms. Sometimes just relaxing and not having a total breakdown is the biggest accomplishment!
It is frequently misunderstood that the college you get into either makes or breaks your future. However, as covid-19 has equalized schools through remote learning, it has revealed that while the right college environment helps, what really makes a difference in your education is your own will.
Joe Biden is bad, really bad. His record is atrocious, his campaign platform is wholly inadequate, he appears to be in significant cognitive decline, and he has credibly been accused of both sexual harassment and sexual assault numerous times. If you want to reduce harm, mindlessly voting for Joe Biden is not the answer.
Let’s take a look at the specific consequences Coronavirus has had upon economy, culture, politics, and tourism, along with the measures taken by a multitude of countries and unions as an attempt to control the situation.