The Unseen Positive Effect of Covid-19 Pandemic
Author(s): Priya Dhankasar*, Pallavi Dhole, Seema Kolhe, Minal Dambare, Priya Rewatkar and Vaishali Balpande
A novel infectious disease human-to - human transmission (COVID-19) was detected in Wuhan China, which has now grown into a global pandemic. Countries around the world have put some form of lockdown in place to slow down its spread and reduce it. COVID-19 shutdown has significant economic and social consequences. Moreover, this lockout also has a beneficial impact on the natural world. Recent data from NASA (National Aeronautics and Space Administration) and ESA (European Space Agency) indicates that pollution has fallen to 30% in some COVID-19 epicenters such as Wuhan, Italy, Spain and the United States etc. This research summarizes the data published by NASA and ESA before and after the corona virus pandemic and examines its climate health impacts. Although the fear of the novel corona virus pandemic continues to spread, air pollution and noise emissions are dramatically decreasing. On the one hand, people stay indoors to prevent pollution threats On the other hand, migratory bird sightings and endangered species of animals have become frequent social media warnings. Because of the spiraling fear and mass confusion, the novel corona virus will claim victims all over the globe and keep people locked indoors, but it seems to have some positive results both in India and outside.