The Bridge — Issue 02 — #2 March 2021
“Pandemics change history by transforming population, societies, economies, norms, and governing structures” — CSIS’s J. Stephen Morisson and Anna Caroll
It’s been over a year since the World Health Organization declared the novel coronavirus as a global pandemic on 11 March last year.
Over that period, COVID-19 had success- fully transform our lives due to measure taken by government to prevent the spreading. Nonetheless, the more important question to ask is how this pandemic affecting us in a longer term? Will our behaviour change through a year of lockdown? What’s the possible implication to the younger generation?
In this issue, we explore the implication of COVID-19 pandemic in a broader sense, not only how it effects us in terms of health problems, but also on other aspects of our life.
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