The ongoing global health crisis may take some time to subside. It has already started making a negative impact on the world economy. The pandemic, along with the financial crunch, has taken a heavy toll on mental health of individuals.
The 96 musicians of Qatar Philharmonic Orchestra are all set to play simultaneously from their homes today at 8pm
Another day in self-isolation. I have been at home the whole week, my next outing will be to the supermarket, which seems quite a scary thought at the moment. There is so much time for reflection and introspection. This global crisis has reminded us how weak we are as human beings.
Aren’t we all going through a hard time right now? I am sure many of you out there are currently struggling with an issue or two, especially during these hard times and under these extreme circumstances. People are self-quarantining, people are scared and some people are finding it hard to cope.
The novel coronavirus pandemic has so far not shown signs of slowing down. Getting sensitive to the unprecedented situation, people around the world are gradually resigning to extraordinary measures such as lockdowns and social distancing.