Socioeconomic Impact of the Coronavirus Pandemic with Multiple Factors on Global Healthcare Policy

  •  Md Rahimullah Miah    
  •  Md Mehedi Hasan    
  •  Jorin Tasnim Parisha    
  •  Shahriar Hussain Chowdhury    


Today's world is in turmoil due to the misdeeds of cybercriminals. Cybercriminals at national, regional and international levels are misusing wireless sensor technology to cause serious damage to socioeconomic conditions. Due to the misuse of sensor technology, pandemic diseases, war-conflicts, gender violence, child abuse, climate crisis, heatwave, energy crisis, social unrest, political instability and man-made technological famines are increasing, which have serious impact on healthcare. The coronavirus pandemic is a non-infectious disease, spread by cybercriminals through advanced wireless sensor technology at certain distances - no doubt about it. Digital tracking, poisoning and extrajudicial killings by this man-made coronavirus around the world are currently a top research concept for scientists, researchers, technologists and medical professionals. Social distancing, wearing masks, self-isolation, handshakes and travel bans have all reduced the workforce in the household, education, economic and technical sectors. The study was conducted as part of the ISNAH experiment of higher studies at Universiti Malaysia Sarawak, Malaysia from October 8, 2014 to May 21, 2018 to evaluate with primary and secondary data. Research shows that cybercriminals are misusing advanced wireless sensor technology to hold people, animals and others hostage around the world. Research also shows that cybercriminals are sickening hostages, killing others and even digitally destroying objects by burning them at specific GPS locations. This study shows that the coronavirus was created by cybercriminals for a political agenda and to present the uncertainty of the world's socioeconomic situation and its impact on human society. The socioeconomic situation of different countries is changing abnormally due to the impact of this pandemic. Existing health care policies are inadequate to combat the global pandemic. Vaccines cannot completely cure pandemics, but following the PDRAST top ten principles cures all types of pandemic diseases, which positively enhances socioeconomic conditions. The study helps thinkers develop new ideas and more innovative research. This research is a unique concept, which will encourage applied research to dispel all misconceptions and discover innovations. A coherent global public health protection and safe technology linked to national policies and the Sustainable Development Goals 2030 are essential for a peaceful world against these impacts.

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