Author(s): Rahul S. Tade, Sopan N. Nangare, Premnath M. Sangale, Minal R. Patil, Ashwini G. Patil, Pravin O. Patil

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Address: Rahul S. Tade1, Sopan N. Nangare1, Premnath M. Sangale1, Minal R. Patil1, Ashwini G. Patil2, Pravin O. Patil1*
1H.R. Patel Institute of Pharmaceutical Education and Research, Shirpur, 425405, Maharashtra, India.
2R.C. Patel Arts, Science and Commerce College, Shirpur, 425405, Maharashtra, India.
*Corresponding Author

Published In:   Volume - 9,      Issue - 3,     Year - 2021

A neglected disease originated from Wuhan (China) conquered all worlds with doubt and fear. The current outbreak of viral coronavirus disease (COVID-19) quaked the world with the anxiety of economic and healthcare disturbances. The risk of further spread compelled the World Health Organization (WHO) to declare it as a national emergency and other countries obligated the decision with the provincial lockdown. In the present review, we have discussed the various aspects of pandemic spreads, its historical context and the latest investigations demonstrating the current scenario of COVID-19 in the world. Besides, we have highlighted the various aspects regarding the COVID-19 like preparedness and necessary aspects which will help for risk assessment and crisis management. Rapid sharing of scientific information is an effective way to implement awareness and response. In this perspective, we are providing frontline facets that can be helpful for epidemiologists and research scholars for further assessment and real-time guidance.

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Rahul S. Tade, Sopan N. Nangare, Premnath M. Sangale, Minal R. Patil, Ashwini G. Patil, Pravin O. Patil. Historical Dilemmas of Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19): Public health emergency, Management perspectives and Global impacts. International Journal of Nursing Education and Research. 2021; 9(3):345-6. doi: 10.52711/2454-2660.2021.00080

Rahul S. Tade, Sopan N. Nangare, Premnath M. Sangale, Minal R. Patil, Ashwini G. Patil, Pravin O. Patil. Historical Dilemmas of Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19): Public health emergency, Management perspectives and Global impacts. International Journal of Nursing Education and Research. 2021; 9(3):345-6. doi: 10.52711/2454-2660.2021.00080   Available on:

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