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2022, VOL. 8 ISSUE 2, PART E

The influence of COVID-19 on human social behaviour

Author(s): Dr. Susan Sam
While COVID-19 has had massive economic and environmental impacts, the effects on society can't be underestimated.
It is very important to assess the impact of Social behavior and Behavioral changes in response to the Pandemic. People are likely to respond differently in such a situation and it can be visible in their decision making process and social behavior.
Only one outbreak of the virus, and our behavior changed in some ways irrevocably and in some ways temporarily.
Financial insecurity, tendency of suicide and loss of employment are well-known associated factors of the pandemic.
Therefore healthy social behavior particularly among vulnerable populations should be an important public health consideration.
This paper explains the human social and behavioural reactions amid the corona crisis and the importance in government policy making and incentivising cooperative and compliant behaviours of the public, which then contribute to curbing the COVID-19 pandemic in an effective manner.
This Reviewed paper is based on secondary information collected from various sources such as published and unpublished Journal Articles, Newspapers, Books, and Reports of various Government Organizations, Non-Governmental Organizations and Commission. In this reviewed paper, the author has tried to analyze the impact of the COVID- 19 in the social life of humanity as a whole.
Pages: 285-289  |  243 Views  98 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Dr. Susan Sam. The influence of COVID-19 on human social behaviour. Int J Home Sci 2022;8(2):285-289. DOI: 10.22271/23957476.2022.v8.i2e.1325

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