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PHYSICAL, MENTAL AND ECONOMICAL EFFECTS OF CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC AND ITS VISUALIZATION WITH RESPECT TO OTHER PENDAMIC: AN ONLINE SURVEY
Dr. Shriram Bairagi*, Dr. Smita Takarkhede, Vishal Giri, Chanchal Gupta, Abhijit Ghadge, Ashutosh Dwivedi and Prathamesh Ghadi
Background: Covid19 pandemic impacts many communities worldwide. The covid 19 pandemic is having far reaching impacts on how people earn a living and meet critical needs. When the global researchers focus was on testing, prevention and finding a cure for transmission, people were going through myriad of several effects including physical, mental and economical effects and adjusting themselves according to the current situation and fear of transmission and increasing death trolls. Due to the transmission of coronavirus and by following the current guidelines given by central government we decided to conduct an online survey to analyse the physical, mental and economical effects of coronavirus pandemic and its visualization with respect to other pandemic. Methods: An online survey conducted in several cities across India which include medical professions, business professionals, housewife’s and also peoples form several fields were surveyed by an E-questionnaire was generated by using Google forms and link was shared through social media by whatsapp and other social platforms. The format of e-questionnaire was in sections for easy understanding. The survey link was circulated starting from 1 March-10 April and analyzed data was collected. Results: There were 250 responses from around allover country. The mean age of respondents was between 21-30 years with male female ratio of 3:2 and around 66% respondents were health professional students; 29% respondents were related to job or business; and remaining were unemployed, housewife’s, retired etc. Overall effect related to physical, mental, economical to respondents was analysed that among 250 responses 53% respondents said yes and 38.8% said no and 15.6% were not sure. Conclusion: After the initial stages of Covid-19 in India, overall degree of impact including physical, mental, economical effects summarized that 36% respondents said that impact was between 26-50%, 22% said 0-25%, 28.8% said 51-75%, 12.4% said 76 and above. Respondents reported to experience more fear concerning the pandemic in general as well as economic and healthcare crises. These analysed data summarized that there is need for expanding mental health services to everyone in the society during this pandemic situation.[Full Text Article]