JAPAN: AN OPPORTUNITY IN THE POST-CORONA WORLD
The materialistic world that rotates with globalization as its axis depends on the business and commerce of goods, currency, information, and people. The impact of the Coronavirus is such that the first case reported in the city of Wuhan has to lead to 100,000 deaths across the globe. This pandemic has caused industries, institutions, private corporations, and public offices to shut down, and therefore has entirely influenced the economic state of all the countries negatively. When one part of the world is in need of medical equipment and virus testing kits, the other part where it is manufactured is under lockdown.
The virus outbreak has revealed how each nation prioritizes its own people before the citizens of the other countries. It can be clearly understood that the unity of nations alone cannot be a solution during such hard times. The people are asked to isolate themselves in one place and the necessary goods are stocked in another place. With no transportation, the supply chain was completely dented. But when the virus spread reduces gradually and when there is a cure for this virus infection, the people, workplace, commutation, and everything will return back to normal. At that moment, the robotics, which is resilient in urban societies, is going to be an important aspect of human living.
The big question is, after the pandemic, what rules the world countries are going to follow, and how will it be implemented in real-time? The governments should improve and evolve to face the changing world situations and should also secure the rights of every individual for public health. Technology can be used to good effect to provide assistance to the government so that the governments can work for the well-being of their fellow citizens.
The virus outbreak has led the people of Japan to return the traditional way of living. This has made the Japanese face a cultural revolution. The Osaka Track proposed at the G-20 Summit would help to maintain a well-organized system after the end of the Coronavirus