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|Title:||International View at Health: World after Pandemic COVID-19|
|Authors:||Melnyk, Yu. B.|
Мельник, Ю. Б.
|Publisher:||ХОГОКЗ / KRPOCH Publishing|
|Citation:||Melnyk, Yu. B. (2020). International View at Health: World after Pandemic COVID-19. International Journal of Science Annals, 3 (2), 24-32. doi:10.26697/ijsa.2020.2.4|
|Series/Report no.:||International Journal of Science Annals, 3(2)|
|Abstract:||Background and Aim of Study: Nowadays the whole human race is undergoing a crisis caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, whose duration and consequences are difficult to forecast. In the face of the real danger we begin redefining conceptual bases of mankind, as well as the role of the state as a guarantor of the health safety of its citizens and the world community. The aim of the study: to explore the influence of different approaches to solving the pandemic problem in Ukraine, Singapore, and China on the indicators of COVID-19 dynamics. Material and Methods: A complex of methods was used: theoretical – factor-criterion analysis, abstraction, comparison, synthesis, systematisation, generalisation; empirical – observational methods (systematic observation); methods of mathematical analysis. Results: The study of the indicators dynamics showed that different approaches to solving the pandemic problem in Ukraine and Singapore had significant differences. Compared to Singapore in Ukraine for 4 months in 2020, the number of COVID-19 cases is 22.5 times higher, the number of recovered is only 6.5 times higher, and the number of deaths is multiple times higher: 2908.5 times. The connection between the dynamics of the COVID-19 pandemic (cases, recovered, deaths) in Ukraine, Singapore, China and the measures taken by the governments of these countries, as well as the personal responsibility of the population, was determined in the study. Conclusions: The infection which appeared in one country can transform into a global world problem in a matter of seconds. Responsible policy and practice instead of manipulation and bureaucracy are able to protect people of the risk group and create favourable conditions for life activity of those who do not belong to this group. Important factors in successfully overcoming the pandemic is the personal responsibility of citizens and health culture of the population.|
|ISSN:||Print ISSN: 2617-2682; Online ISSN: 2707-3637|
|Appears in Collections:||Vol. 3, No.2, 2020|
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