Nowadays, we keenly observed the impact of COVID19 to many countries. Zoonatic Virus is a coronavirus causes diseases to mammals and birds and is transmitted to people. And if not treated, it causes death to many people due to enabling to breath. Immune system is also affected and multi-organ failure. So, we are suffering from health crisis, financial crisis and emotional stress.

In Financial stress, most Filipinos are worried especially our Government employee who are just job order (JO) with no work no pay basis so income of the family is affected. They are now experiencing health crisis. 4,000 people died worldwide and also have impacts to human being of the family due to poverty. Missed meals of children and lesser chances to go to healthcare far beyond COVID 19. Family and loved lose which means many of these most likely to die are no longer working and are less likely to be the primary provider for their families. They lose hope to spend their time with their families especially Filipinos who are working abroad so they experienced emotional stress. They wanted to go with them but they are not allowed because they might invade by the said virus.

Why the economic impact of COVID19 might outlast the break? As travelers, cancel flights. All businessman workers need to stay at home for security or safety purposes. The result…. Stocks fall.

Despite of no specific treatment for coronaviruses symptoms, it can be treated through supporting cares. Vaccines are currently in development. So, follow the advisories of our Department of Health (DOH) to protect ourselves from COVID19 such as: regular washing of hands, avoid anyone coughing and sneezing, avoid animals and wash hands after contacts and thoroughly cook meat and eggs and cover mouth and nose while coughing or sneezing. Through these it can prevent the rapid spreading of coronavirus. But the most important is to seek and pray for God`s guidance because God is “Jehovah Nissi” the Lord my banner and Victory. And God is also a “Jehovah Hoshe`ah” the Lord who saves us.

REFERENCES: https//www.economist.com/amp/s/econ


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