Reconstruction in the Post-COVID-19 World
Economic re-establishment will be the most challenging challenge. World War II left several countries eager to re-establish their economy. Expenses need to be documented and there is a need for new sources of finance.
Economic re-establishment will be the most challenging challenge. World War II left several countries eager to re-establish their economy. Expenses need to be documented and there is a need for new sources of finance. At the end of the day, everyone received housing, health care, employment, and education.. The decline in the economy may have laid the groundwork for future growth. A rise in social harmony has occurred since the lockdown. Citizens and companies alike are working together to help feed the poor in Nigeria. High-end restaurants in the United Kingdom feed the workforce of the National Health Service. People from China flocked to Wuhan to help those in need during the crisis. During harvest season, farmers in France are asking for volunteers to help out in the fields. "Important personnel" (nurses, doctors, and firefighters) are a common sight in European cities, and many of them are low-wage workers, many of whom are migrants (garbage collectors and supermarket checkout operators). There is a strong sense of community even if the villages are separated by distance. To reap the benefits of a growing sense of community, competent and representative leadership is required. Sustainable development goals, shareholder capitalism, and other ideas have been discussed widely throughout the world, but they have yet to be translated into action that might aid countries in their recovery from the present economic depression.