The modern Plagueby: Shashwat dev
The world is amidst a global storm that is set to change almost every social obligation which hitherto has commanded the human response. For most this is the first time that they are experiencing a historical event of such scale. “The Modern Plague- History Shared En Masse” is an attempt to portray the magnitude of this pandemic. Miseries have been inflicted upon everyone in varying degrees, for some it was question of life and death whereas for some it was a sort of solitary confinement for months. This book is an attempt to collage every story of this epic. From the world’s largest economic lockdown to the migration of labours on foot and from the fight for an investigation to know the origin of the virus to the race for a cure, every aspect has been touched upon. It has been almost a year since the world was hit by this catastrophe, yet every study on the virus makes us realize how little we know. This book tries to bring forth the reality and to argue whether the problems that people faced were genuine and uncontrollable or a result of complacency on the part of the authorities that were vested with the responsibility to tackle adversities such as these.
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