Strangely, the third-largest economy in the world cannot overcome the dilemma of human suffering in an environment that will produce augmented reality and self-driving vehicles and intelligent machines. It’s insoluble, maybe. Japan has been suffering from a high rate of suicides. The ratio of suicides in just a month of October is much higher than the COVID-19’s total death toll.
According to the World Bank report, Belarus generally has low degrees of destitution and imbalance. Unemployment becomes inexistent, at 0.3% in 2019, with genuine wages rose by 7.6% in January-September 2019. The IMF expects the unemployment pattern to be influenced by the negative monetary effect of COVID-19 pandemic, which is currently expected to increment to 2.3% in 2020 and lessen to 1.8% in 2021.
As Jacinda’s successful pandemic-containment has overpowered her incompetence in fulfilling campaign issues, New Zealanders rewarded her with a second term. But her next term will only get harder. Now Jacinda and her previously promised issues have to also deal with issues like unemployment, historic recession, and poverty that arose due to pandemic.
One of the most important changes the Covid-19 brought is about the way we acquire education. As Covid-19 is an infectious disease and social distancing is required to control it, countries worldwide have shut down the educational institutes and have moved towards distance education, so has Pakistan. But does Pakistan have the necessary infrastructure to support this transition?