The COVID-19 pandemic has flipped around our lives from multiple points of view. From lockdowns, social distancing to work from home culture, our day-by-day schedules have been totally updated.

Now people are beginning to ask an important question – are these changes temporary? Or will they be a permanent part of our lives from now onwards?

Why our lives may not be the same again

We have perused news reports of medical care staffs working 24*7 to fight COVID-19 at extraordinary danger to their lives. Some of them are residing at inns, away from their families and tackling their work.

In any case, would they be able to keep on working in a condition of high caution until the end of time? That as well, while placing themselves in harm’s way. The pressure because of COVID-19 on our medical services framework needs to descend.

In addition, think about the current circumstance on the planet, the late spring Olympics, IPL, significant career conferences to India’s economy – everything has stopped because of COVID-19. While nobody can say for certain when things will return to ordinary, or on the off chance that they even will, one thing is sure.

Our lives after the lockdown will no longer be the same. There will be radical changes in how we work, commute, socialize and communicate.

This is an unquestionable requirement to guarantee COVID-19 is contained to our benefit.

Life after lockdown

  1. Embrace contactless greetings

Intending to shake hands? Reconsider. Following COVID-19 struck, there were visuals of world pioneers dumping the handshake and utilizing the ‘Namaste’ welcoming. The Namaste is a type of hello utilized in India that doesn’t include contact with the other individual, in contrast to a handshake.

With social distancing being supported, we will see an ever-increasing number of individuals dumping the handshake as a result of the danger a handshake conveys in a post-COVID-19 world.

2. Changing the way, we learn

With schools and universities being closed, there is a ton of interest around online classes. Educators across the world are utilizing the power of the internet to deliver educational content to a student’s house.

Constant online classes are being held on applications like Zoom that have guaranteed that the shortfall of an actual classroom doesn’t stop the learning of students. This could flag an adjustment of the manner in which students learn in a school after the pandemic finishes

3. Frequent washing of hands

It is safe to say that you are washing your hands often? One thing the COVID-19 pandemic has instructed us is to keep up elevated expectations of individual cleanliness. Individuals are presently seeing how basic demonstrations like washing hands with cleanser and water may save their lives.

Before the pandemic began, large numbers of us treated hand washing too casually, however that has changed totally in the previous few months. Also, this change is something that will remain for quite a while to come

4. No more public spitting

In India, it isn’t unexpected to see spit stains on government places, rail line stations and streets. While the public authority attempted to spread mindfulness by setting up banners and surprisingly forcing fines, nobody minded.

However, since everybody needs to wear mask in public keep up close to home cleanliness, spitting could be a relic of past times.

5. Better air quality

After lockdown, environmentalists across the world noticed something strange  â€“ the ozone layer was mending itself. Not simply that, air quality in urban areas like Delhi and Mumbai has improved definitely during the lockdown.

What this advises us is that nature can mend rapidly in the event that we give it a little reality. This will put into perspective how we have taken nature for a ride all these years and encourage people to do more for the environment and enjoy the advantages of a greener earth.

6. Be more grateful

The COVID-19 pandemic has brought us closer than at any other time. Everyone is united in efforts to contain the virus. We have understood that assuming we don’t set ourselves up well, we can lose what we have now.

This idea that we may lose it in the event that we are not careful has made us more energetic about the present and appreciative for what we have.