COVID19 – A Letter to the Wanderlust
The COVID-19 virus has literally taken over the globe by itself in a short period of time & the whole world is at stake. Ever since the first trace of COVID-19 was discovered in China in December 2019, the virus has then never looked back. With more than 42,006 deaths reported and 857,641 confirmed cases to date- CORONA has evolved to be a life-threatening pandemic. Nearly 206 Countries, areas or territories have been pathetically affected by the deadly virus that has shaken the world.
So, how are we going to stop this? and this is a million-dollar question that is worth the lives of millions who are struggling hard to get back to normal lives. As you are aware, the massive outbreak of this virus was first witnessed in China followed by Italy, Iran, Spain, Germany, USA, India, and many more countries to the long list of #CORONAEMERGENCY.
Every country is battling out hard to combat coronavirus. The governments are taking out various measures to prevent the spread of the pandemic and offer a special care to those people who are affected by this virus. With several countries enforcing lockdowns, the global economy has witnessed a great downfall, diverse industries have been hit hard, tourism is at a halt.
The world is emotionally silent & so are the humongous amount of people who are stuck at their homes with only prayers left. And this letter is in specific regard to all the wanderlusts out there who are busy inside the four walls. We know that travelling is something that you are emotionally connected to, it is something that you love as much as your oxygen intake. And so do we at Proximove, who have been busy scheduling wondrous journeys all day long throughout these years. And this virus outbreak has completely turned the tables upside down, our offices are shut, and our employees have been advised to work from home. Yet, diverse measures are being taken to ensure that our customers, partners, and employees’ needs are fulfilled to the best.
We know this is a tough phase to overcome, we understand it’s hard. But all that we request to you is to stay indoors until the lockdown is lifted and take good care of your beloved ones. Stay aware of the latest information on the COVID-19 outbreak, available on the WHO website and through your national and local public health authority.
The world is still beautiful and there’s plenty of hope and humanity that’s still left.
We shall overcome this. We WILL!