Coronavirus, The Big Cause and Effect!

Coronavirus, The Big Cause and Effect!

Angel Moses Morales, Contributor

The world is literally silent and dangerous! Coronavirus is probably one of the deadliest viruses in history. It has made a huge impact in the world and the whole human race. Impacts such as Unemployment, Community Guidelines, and Deaths Worldwide. During this time it’s important to be careful and aware with your surroundings.

Unemployment is probably one of the important factors because jobs are a need. Money is a need in the survival of the human race these years. Since the virus happened, millions of people worldwide have been losing their jobs and can’t get money for food. So if there’s no job, there’s no money, no money, no food, no food is hunger, hunger leads to death. These reasons are why it makes Unemployment a big effect on the rest of the world.

Community Guidelines are changed for the main reason and for the public. Shutdowns were the first options to protect the state from the spread. Covid-19 is highly contagious so there’s new rules for business, people, and schools. Business these days has social distancing, schools are online, and some people stay home. Things pretty much got everyone away from each other for the greater good. 

The main factor of Coronavirus is the amount of Deaths in the world. In the US, there are approximately 14,600 deaths in total of all the states. This is why it’s so contagious, it originally started in china and spread all across the world. The virus is more deadly to the youngest and oldest people living because their body function either hasn’t developed well or is slowed down. Mainly, people die a lot because the virus multiplies in the body and attacks the respiratory system.

In conclusion, the world right now is going through a boulder and will get through it soon. But throughout it, it has made a huge impact in the world and the whole human race. Impacts such as Unemployment, Community Guidelines, and Deaths Worldwide. During this time it’s important to be aware of your surroundings.