Today’s times are very turbulent, not because of armed conflicts but because of a powerful virus that has spread practically worldwide in the last six months. It is tough to find a place where we will not find this virus. We are talking about COVID-19, which is taking more and more victims. So how did this virus change the world and our everyday life?
A hazardous virus – work during COVID-19.
While many people pass the virus asymptomatically and don’t really know they’ve been sick with COVID-19, it’s also widespread for people who are seriously ill. During this virus, the symptoms are very similar to the flu symptoms. Who of us has had the flu at least once in his life knows that there is, among others, high fever, runny nose, and cough. We feel general weakness, and it will take some time before we are fully fit again. However, in the case of COVID-19, which has completely paralyzed our lives, it can be completely different. Of course, we can go through it like the ordinary flu, but we should not forget that this virus can even kill us. Patients who suffer from the severe form of this virus have huge problems with breathing, and in this case, the only option is often to connect to a respirator because the patient has less and less oxygen to live.
This virus has definitely changed our daily lives because it spreads very easily, and thus, many governments have introduced a lockdown to slightly reduce the spread of this virus. As a result, gyms, swimming pools, and the entire arts industry are not really working in many countries. We should also not forget that the catering industry is also in a situation. This virus has really affected many areas, and many people are not aware of it.
Increasing unemployment – ?
This year, the catering industry has certainly suffered a lot. This is due to, among other things, closed restaurants. While such establishments can cook takeaway, few people really want to take advantage of it in the current climate; as for many people going to a restaurant, this year may be a luxury greater than it used to be. Currently, there are mass layoffs; people lose their full-time jobs and very often close their businesses. That’s why we can’t afford to go out to bars and restaurants or order takeaway food. There were also very few weddings this year and therefore the catering industry also suffered very high losses. However, specialists say that if the vaccine is administered to as many people as possible, the situation could change dramatically on the market. So let’s quickly change our qualifications and resume to find a new job even faster.