From March we students were enjoying our holidays with our families. The global pandemic has created alot of problems in people’s health, countries economy, business loss and so on. Global pandemic has locked us in our homes. There were lockdowns throughout the nations but time was not the same but this situation was very critical. Schools, colleges, universities, offices, companies, factories all were closed because we all have to save from the pandemic. The only prevention of this disease was physical distancing, no social contact must be there. 

Students were having online classes and also exams were taken online but now since the board examination of high schools and bachelor levels are going on we can say that the academic institutions will be resumed soon. Holidays were actually too long, which was very much fun for those students who do not want to go school but for those students who want to go school they miss their class and school. Currently, there is no evidence to suggest that handling food or eating is associated with directly spreading COVID-19. It is possible that a person can get COVID-19 by touching a surface or object, including food, food packaging, or utensils that have the virus on it and then touching their own mouth, nose, or possibly their eyes. However, this is not thought to be the main way that the virus is spread. Remember, it is always important to follow food safety practices to reduce the risk of illness from common foodborne germs. Everyone was happy to spend holidays but slowly we are going back to our normal life. People have learned many things from the lockdown. People have given their hidden talent as a way to express. Many people were cooking food, practicing some entertaining skills, developing some writing skills, etc. 

Holiday was going better but now it’s time to get back to our daily schedules. We have to be again busy with our life far from family members. This is going to be hard because it’s been a long time that we were staying at home but now only our studies, work and focus to our career. Thus, maintain social distance and be engaged at your work or studies. 

Stay Safe!