Ecology, Environment and Conservation Paper

Vol. 28, May Suppl. Issue 2022; Page No.(228-235)


Rashmi Rameshwari, Devendra Kumar Verma and Meenu Aggarwal


Coronavirus is related to a group of RNA viruses, which is a deadly disease having a disastrous impactworldwide. On March 11, 2020, the unconventional coronavirus sickness (covid-19) became defined as avirulent disease by means of international fitness corporation WHO. This disorder is highly epizootic whencompared to influenza and such cluster outbreaks often arise. Lamentably, COVID-19 sufferers show signsand symptoms like common cold. Evaluating all the events during COVID to different respiratory illnesses,which includes influenza, SARS, and MERS, to check whether they are present otherwise, it is anticipatedthat, influenza starts off with cough, while corona virus-related disorder begins with fever. Although COVID- 19 varies from SARS as well as MERS in terms of gastrointestinal symptoms. COVID is the fastest growinghuman race fitness worldwide, not only socially but also economically. Among the major concerns of thecoronavirus epidemic were a significant decline in profit and transportation services, an increase in unemployment, and the closure of business sectors. In addition, central governments in the international arena have reduced the risk of the spread of COVID-19 and are generally responding to disasters in theircountries. Since the spread of this pandemic is unlikely to decrease in the near future, due to mutations in genome of virus. Hence preventive measures are essential to save lives and economic well-being from further spread to humans. Current work, which is based solely on available information and the available literature, discusses various factors that contribute to the consequences of COVID-19 in humans at specific age, social and economic levels during first wave and second wave.