More than six months after the declaration of a global emergency, the Director-General of the World Health Organization, Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, declared that "this pandemic is a health crisis that we only witness once a century and we will feel its effects for decades." If his words are correct, bitter years will await countries and peoples in the economic, social, educational and other fields.\r\n\r\nUntil writing these lines, 17.5+ million people in the world have been infected with the virus, which has caused the death of at least 680 thousand people; \u00a0with the United States is the hardest-hit in terms of the fatalities (153,314 deaths), meaning one death every few minutes, followed by Brazil with 92,475 deaths, Mexico: \u00a046,688 deaths, and then Britain with 46,119 deaths.\r\n\r\nOn Friday, Colombia crossed the 10,000 death mark, while Vietnam and the Fiji Islands announced their first deaths from the virus. In Japan, a state of emergency was declared in the Okinawa tourist area after the "severe spread" of the Coronavirus, according to authorities, while residents were called to stay at homes for two weeks. In Hong Kong, a 500-bed hospital has opened in light of the new wave of infections.\r\n\r\nA study prepared by "UNICEF" and "Save the Children" and published recently, has warned that the economic repercussions of the Corona pandemic could push up to 86 million additional children to the brink of poverty by the end of this year.\r\n\r\nAccording to the study, which was based on World Bank and International Monetary Fund estimates and demographic data in about a hundred countries, the total number of the planet's children who suffer from poverty by the end of this year will reach 672 million children, an increase of 15 percent.\r\n\r\nThe study indicated that almost two thirds of these children live in sub-Saharan Africa and other countries in South Asia .... The size of the financial difficulties facing families threatens the achievements made years ago in the field of reducing child poverty.\r\n\r\nThe global authorities are adopting health policies to confront any second wave of the Covid-19 pandemic, including three basic points, starting with preventing the spread of the virus by respecting social distancing, wearing protective masks and washing hands with sterile liquid. In addition, these countries have made conducting medical examinations on a large scale in hospitals and pharmacies to detect possible injuries a priority, and also provide all health supplies necessary to face any emergency, by providing adequate medical examination analyzes and protective masks.\r\n\r\nAnd in the face of a hard-to-contain pandemic, the authorities are dramatically renewing health measures. In Britain, the government decided to postpone the next phase of lifting the lockdown for at least two weeks after it was scheduled for those days.\r\n\r\nSeveral \u00a0European countries have taken quarantine measures against other countries or a region in the European Union, such as Britain against Spain, due to the resurgence of the pandemic, which surprised thousands of tourists who were in the country.\r\n\r\nThe aviation sector criticized the "inconsistent" travel restrictions in the European Union that reduce "consumer confidence". On the other hand, British Airways pilots approved a plan that provides for a temporary reduction of salaries by 20 percent to limit the number of those dismissed from the company, so that they are only 270 to leave work. In France, local officials can now instruct the mandatory of wearing masks even abroad.\r\n\r\nIn sum, this health tsunami that is ravaging Europe and the world has begun to have grave repercussions on the lives of people and the economies of their countries. Many things began to change politically, economically, socially, morally and medically.\r\n\r\nHealth and investment in this field became one of the priorities of all countries, and the relations of states began to change among themselves, as well as the relationship of individuals with societies, nature, and the quality of relations within the general political sphere .... Despite what we hear about the recovery of some economies in some areas, the health restrictions and the continuous confusion in production chains and supply will hamper any real economic recovery.\r\n\r\nAlso, some important economic sectors, such as hotels, restaurants, and organizing cultural events, will remain suspended or almost stopped, not to mention that international air transport will not recover until years later, and only if humans never witness any new waves of the virus.. God is the ultimate omnipotent.