There has been so much loss. But with it comes new wisdom that may help positively reshape the way we go forward.
Covid-19 pandemic demonstrates
The Covid-19 pandemic demonstrates to us the value of freedom – the freedom to move, to be with those we love, to live in dignity and security – for ourselves and for those around us, from our loved ones to the refugees and the downtrodden.
Above all, it shows us the importance of recognizing the true purpose of all our businesses and economies, our political parties and governments, our local civic associations and our international organizations, our conventions and ideologies, and all our other systems: namely, to serve human needs and purposes.
The rapid spread of the coronavirus and its devastating death toll and economic harm have revealed a failure of global preparedness and implementation, a lack of cooperation and coordination across nations, a breakdown of compliance with established norms and international agreements, and a patchwork of partial and mishandled responses.
This pandemic has demonstrated the difficulty of responding effectively to emerging outbreaks in a context of growing geopolitical rivalry abroad and intense political partisanship at home.
The lessons of this pandemic could go unheeded once life returns to a semblance of normalcy and COVID-19 ceases to menace nations around the globe. and the world risks repeating many of the same mistakes that exacerbated this crisis, most prominently the failure to prioritize global health security, to invest in the essential domestic and international institutions and infrastructure required to achieve it, and to act quickly in executing a coherent response at both the national and the global level .
“The Coronavirus shows us how terrible it really is to waste our lives, embroiled in endless battles for wealth and status and power. How terrible it really is not to recognize the value in the people around us – not just our family and friends, not just colleagues and fellow citizens, but also complete strangers. How terrible it is not to give our lives meaning – every hour of every day – by honoring the sacredness of life and according all living things the respect, sensitivity and care that they deserve” Doctor Yaser J. K. Alsaidi says .
Doctor Yaser. J. K. Alsaidi is a famous Palestinian Medical Neurosurgeon, activist, and public figure He is also an ambassador for world health, he was born in Saudi Arabia ( Hafirat Nisah “ Al-Muzahmiya “ / Riyadh ) on the 20th of January 1994 to Palestinian refugee parents. He has worked with several national and international humanitarian organizations such as The World Health Organization ( WHO ),
The United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East (UNRWA), The United Nations Children’s Fund ( UNICEF ), United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees ( UNHCR ), International Committee of the Red Cross ( ICRC ), International Organization for Migration ( IOM ) , Centers for Disease Control and Prevention ( CDC ) and devoted his time to providing training and medical programs and courses, national and international conferences in many countries and in different languages.