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SOCIOLOGY OF COVID-19: NEW PARADIGM OF RESEARCH AND THE WORLD ORDER

    1 Author(s):  DR. INDU SHEKHAR

Vol -  11, Issue- 5 ,         Page(s) : 30 - 40  (2020 ) DOI : https://doi.org/10.32804/IRJMSH

Abstract

The term Corona is borrowed from Latin meaning garland worn on the head as a mark of honour or emblem of majesty. Another example of scientific term derived from social context is Greek Nano meaning uncle or dwarf. Beginning in December 2019, in the region of Wuhan, China, a new (“novel”) coronavirus began appearing in human beings. ‘Though the disease currently spreading around the globe –COVID-19- is often called coronavirus, it’s really a disease caused by one type of coronavirus: SARS-CoV-2. Calling this particular one novel coronavirus is simply a way of making it clear which coronavirus is at issue: the new one.’ (Steinmetz, 23rd March) ‘Throughout history, nothing has killed more human beings than infectious disease. Covid-19 shows how vulnerable we remain- and how we can avoid similar pandemics in the future.’ (Walsh, 26th March) Epidemics and pandemics can wipe out the humanity very fast.

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