COVID-19 Pandemic: Other Perspective. Saudi Arabia
The emerging COVID-19 pandemic has affected most aspects of life all over the world. In addition, it has promoted fear and uncertainty and initiated several ethical challenges. In this brief experience account, I will try to shed the light on the mediocre aspects of our circumstances and assert the protective measures for our wellbeing during current widespread contagion.
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