Role of Human Behaviour In Covid-19 Management and The State Government As Catalyst.
Author(s):
Dr. Basanta Mangal Dutta, Dr. Atul Hazarika
Keywords:
Human behaviour, life style choice, Covid management, Catalysis.
Abstract
An omnidirected relationship is present between human behaviour and environment. The Relationship is positive with ecofriendly human behaviour and vise-versa. Rich environment is helpful to development and human health. But development is harmful to environment as well as human health. As per an estimation of WHO twenty-four percent diseases caused by environment and forty percent of cancer can be prevented by life style choice. The current Covid-19 originated in China and the ways of spreading all over the globe is unprecedented. All most over 6,267,488 people of 213 countries declared covid-19 positive and death toll to 373,961. This is a record breaking endemic over the centuries and still on without proper treatment. While scientists and doctors have been failed, can the laymen prevent the catastrophic disease? In these Lockdown stages while the profit of the business becomes the saving of life what should be the role of common people as well as government to manage the endemic? With a view to address the issues this paper made an effort to observe the effectiveness of human behaviour in covid-19 management with special reference to Assam and the initiative taken by Assam Government. It was found that changing human behaviour to a great extent is effective in covid-19 management and the state government can catalysis the process.
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Unique Paper ID: 152478

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 8, Issue 3

Page(s): 545 - 549
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