India has fought back against COVID-19 in a unique way. Clampdowns here have actually come much earlier than in most other countries, including China, which was uncharacteristically late with its tough measures, thus, failing to contain the eventual spread of the virus.

Corona Virus Pandemic Origin - There Are Very Few Leads And Many Theories In Hunt For Source

Viruses have different names based on genetic structure used to facilitate the development of diagnostic tests, vaccines and medicines.Viruses are defined by virologists and wider scientific communities which are named by the International Committee Of Taxonomy.ICTV announced "SEVERE ACUTE RESPIRATORY SYNDROME CORONAVIRUS-2" known as SARS-COV-2 as a new virus on 11 February 2020 whereas "COVID-19" was defined by World Health Organization (WHO).

Despite China's frantic attempts to pin the blame of the novel coronavirus pandemic on the United States or Italy, a conspiracy theory on how corona virus began is still unsolved. COVID-19 as per reports are showing the death rate's up to 114,000 people and infected at least 1.8 million worldwide.COVID-19 being first identified and isolated from Pneumonia patient in December 2019 in Wuhan, the capital of China's Hubei province, where stalls in these Chinese wet markets sell a wide variety of live animals for food and traditional medicine, many of them sourced from Asia's tropics.

Coronavirus, as identified by scientists, it is originated from bat's but first passed to the intermediate mammal called pangolin's prior to it's spread of infection to a human being.Adding on spike proteins which mutated to bind molecules similar in structure to human ACE2 protein which enables it to infect human cells.The following scenario is similar to outbreak SARS in 2003 in china which originated from horseshoe bat's to cat-like civets and Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) which arose from camels.Report's published recorded that pangolin was not in the inventory of item's sold in Wuhan's wet animal market, some of them said that there is a legal ban on pangolin's trade and the mammal could have been illegally traded adding to it scientists have found that coronavirus has almost shown no evolution in the three months of infecting human's.

The conspiracy theory behind COVID-19 generated curiosity on social media saying coronavirus considered to be bio-weapon which escaped from Wuhan Institute Of Virology which is china's level-4 research center situated 25-30 km from Wuhan wet animal market which was being declared as the source of coronavirus outbreak. As the COVID-19 outbreak being identified to be spread from the source of origin Wuhan china's wet animal market Chinese authorities cleaned up the animal market pretty quickly leaving the entire scientific community to investigate the reason from where coronavirus originated.

Coronavirus Symptoms ,Causes ,Spread And Prevention Measures-HelathLine

CORONA belongs to a large virus family which is respiratory virus spreads through droplets of saliva or discharge from the nose when an infected person coughs or sneezes so it's necessary to practice respiratory etiquette. The person infected with COVID-19 will experience moderate illness which will recover without any treatment. COVID-19 transmission slow down is possible by remaining well informed about the disease, causes and it's spread protect yourself by washing hands, using alcohol-based rub frequently and not touching your face.

How Well India Faced And Managed Unprecedented-COVID-19

The world today is lauding at India's fight against COVID-19, Where on 24th March Prime Minister Mr. Narendra Modi announced 21-day nationwide lockdown under National Disaster Management Authority directed all ministries', department of the central government, State government, UT Authorities to take measure's where complete ban being imposed on people from stepping out from home and maintain social distancing Indian government has aggressively stepped up response measures to find, isolate, test, treat and trace COVID-19 among individual's.

COVID-19 lockdown created a situation no food no work for rural people where millions of informal workers in India, starved of a way to feed themselves or get the help pledged by the government. India has released Rs 27,281 crore fund in cash in the first 10 days of April to help the poor survive the world’s biggest lockdown against the COVID-19 pandemic. The main legal weapon the government of India possess today is the Epidemic Disease Act of 1897 which takes care of public health needs including emergencies such as a Bio-terrorism attack that uses biological weapons, cross the border and international spread of diseases.

Indian government addressing if we wouldn't have adopted a holistic and integrated approach and taken steps immediately then our situation would have been different, as our experiences in the last few define that path selected by us were correct. Prime Minister Mr. Narendra Modi addressed dictating while the bigger nations are struggling to cope with the massive crisis of coronavirus pandemic, India has been doing well with its handling of the situation.

How Well India Managed Impact On Agriculture And Food Security-COVID-19

COVID-19 has disrupted some activities of agriculture and supply chains particularly in northwest India where Wheat and Pulses are being harvested because of transportation problems. COVID-19 lockdown having an impact on the economy where media reports show that the closure of hotels, restaurants, sweet shops, tea shops is already depressing milk sales. Poultry farmers have been badly hit due to misinformation passed on social media, that chicken is the carriers of COVID-19.

Indian farmers remarkably play an important role as our survival is dependent on agriculture as food being a basic necessity of life and a good harvest depends on quality seeds delivered to farmers by the seed sector. COVID-19 outbreak has created a challenging situation for the Indian State and Central government and Indian farmers even to maintain a supply of qualitative good seeds and other farm inputs reaching farmers in time during Kharif season, where quick announcements for exemptions were made for agriculture sector-seeds, laborers and farm-related activities.

Contribution of Corporate Companies For PM's Relief Fund - COVID-19

India's corporate firms have contributed to manufacturing masks, sanitizers, and other personal protective equipment (PPE) whereas some of the firms have offered commitments towards PM's COVID-19 relief fund.

There are names of few corporate firms which came forward for contribution to PM's Relief Fund i.e. PM CARES (Prime Minister's Citizen Assistance and Relief in Emergency Situations Fund) as help for fight against pandemic COVID-19. Ratan Tata & Tata Group, One of the biggest names to reckon with in India Inc, Ratan Tata and Sons has made the biggest contribution towards fighting the COVID-19 disaster at Rs 1,500 crore. Adding on to it few other renowned names of corporate firm's of India came forward for contribution to PM's Relief Fund as follow Wipro-Azim Premji Foundation, Reliance Industries Limited, Aditya Birla Group, Paytm,Vedanta Resources Limited, HDFC group, Larsen Turbo Foundation, Infosys Foundation, JSW Group, Bajaj Group , Hero cycles, ICICI Group, Godrej Group, Mahindra and Mahendra, Kotak Mahindra Bank , Piramal Group, Jindal Steel Power, TVS Group, Dabur Group , Kalyan Jeweller's , Asian Paints,Nippon Paints,DCB bank with amount ranging from 1 crore to 1500 crore.

COVID-19 contributions made by companies can be treated as Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) as clarified under the ministry of corporate affairs. India's celebrities also came forward for donations to PM's CARE Fund up to 25 CRORE. The Board of Cricket Control in India (BCCI) India's richest sports body–has also announced up to Rs. 51 crore contribution to the prime minister’s relief fund.

How India’s NGOs are coming together to uplift marginalized amidst: COVID-19

Modi government has received the highest inflow of foreign donations for NGO's amid all the talk about the government ostracizing Non-Governmental Organisations and tightening the rules for foreign funding and licenses of thousands of NGOs being canceled.NGO's in partnership with Government of India and state governments of Bihar, Delhi, Karnataka, Kerala, Maharashtra, Odisha and Uttarakhand in India is reaching out to these vulnerable people.

The Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) has already issued an advisory to states to utilize the services of 'NGOs' and 'Religious Organizations' to provide food and shelter for the migrant workers.

Nestle India being FMCG major had announced an initial grant of Rs 15 crore for providing food and essential groceries to the needy amid the COVID-19 lockdown.

Indians For Collective Action (ICA) is a San Francisco Bay Area a non-profit group sending 100% donation to the approved non-profit organization's in India with full tax benefits to donors as per US laws. ICA core funds for administrative costs, disaster relief, annual awards, etc adding to it is helping for donation to specific projects in INDIA and local NGO's for further projects kindly visit ''.

Indian Government think-tank NITI Aayog CEO Mr. Amitabh Kant has written to 92,000 NGOs, industry associations, and international organizations seeking their assistance in delivering services to the poor, and health and community workers to combat the COVID-19 pandemic.

Amazon has developed easy way to donate directly to NGO's like The Akshaya Patra Foundation, United Way Mumbai, Oxfam India, Habitat For Humanity, and World Vision India. Amazon has created an option to send money to the PM CARES fund by enabling these donations to use a simple payment like UPI. Amazon will contribute an additional 10% to the amount for donations made for NGO's listed.

A Salute To Indian Police Is In Order To Manage Virus Outbreak ThroughOut-COVID-19

Nationwide lockdown defined for 21 day's by Indian government under PM Mr. Narendra Modi was quite challenging for everyone due to availability of limited of limited resources as situation was quite unprecented. In short period of time it was quite tough to decide and manage restrictions on both international and domestic travel,schools,colleges,malls,cinema halls,all public gatherings -like (social,political or religious).

HealthCare workers, sanitation staff, people who run grocery, medical shops, government officials in general form frontline but police are in frontline of frontline. Even though Policemen have beaten up those who violated the lockdown in many parts of the country it's quite challenging to manage most serious threat of infection to keep system smoothly working as they need to visit and manage infected people, enforce quarantine, manage essential supplies movement by maintaining supply and transport chain, while stopping non essential movement of people.

Police have faced extraordinary workload working overtime without any additional payment which might affect their physical and mental health, whereas they should not be misjudged for their worst examples. It's time to salute them for their hard-work done to keep the situation in control to manage global pandemic COVID-19.

Positive Impact Of Lockdown On Environment,Buisness, Lifestyle-COVID-19

Lockdown is the world's biggest psychological experiment where people Quarantined at home may experience are very likely to develop a wide range of symptoms of psychological stress and disorder, which includes low mood, insomnia, stress, anxiety, anger, irritability, emotional exhaustion, depression and post-traumatic stress symptoms. The main reasons for stress abound in lockdown: there is a risk of infection, fear of becoming sick or of losing loved ones, as well as the prospect of financial hardship.

As nobody is used to be isolated lockdown being difficult time amidst which positive approach can be developed by being more creative and productive by doing following thing's like finding ideal workplace, even though quarantined getting dressed ideally well,prioritizing and organizing work for every day, including other activities like taking rest-doing excercise-accepting new challenges, making use of digital world as tool for attending webinar's ,attending interview's telephonic and online, learning something new by adding on new skill's to your development, cultivating habits of yoga and meditation, eating healthy food and last but not the least keeping yourself motivated by not letting spirit down can help you as an individual to come out of tough and stressful time and might help you with rich habits for healthy lifestyle.

Other positive impact is on environment world-wide As motorways cleared and factories closed, dirty brown pollution belts shrunk over cities and industrial centre in country after country within days of lockdown. Countries like China, then Italy, now the UK, Germany and dozens of other countries are experiencing temporary falls in carbon dioxide and nitrogen dioxide of as much as 40%, greatly improving air quality by reducing pollution level and reducing the risks of asthma, heart attacks and lung disease.

COVID19 being world's biggest lockdown may have cost the Indian economy Rs 7-8 lakh crore loss.COVID-19 has challenged companies to rapidly operate in new ways. For many multinationals, complex and business-critical services that are handled by global operations must be reassessed and restructured in such a way where organizations must respond rapidly to maintain continuity and to de-risk their operations to serve their businesses running in the future. COVID-19 is an open challenge to digital commerce globally, where the impact of the coronavirus outbreak have made companies to move with unprecedented speed describing how employees deliver relevant customer experiences, where they work, and how digital channels can be used to support the increase in contact center to develop business

Ultimately as per my opinion COVID-19 has brought very challenging an amazing opportunity to unlearn, relearn, and test our capabilities and value systems. COVID-19 outbreak being an unprecedented time that requires unprecedented efforts so it is the force being recommended in global lockdown to 'STAY HOME STAY SAFE' saving lives by maintaining social distancing as Mr. Narendra Modi has addressed in a speech saying 'Jaan Hai To Jahan Hai'.COVID-19 outbreak is rumored to be spread by Bat's and then through intermediate mammal pangolin which was illegally traded in Wuhan china's market is yet not clear but yet it's to be noted that should animal trafficking should be banned? to restrict the development of bio-weapons which can create devastating global pandemics to be spread ahead in the future.