The debate across the world on Covid-19 pandemic has predominantly focused challenges caused to human lives and global economies than it opportunities .It is a causal effect; Covid-19 has limited the life’s and opportunities of people. Stories of fear, suffering, injustice and lack of trust rose during this period. In contrast, the accidental benefits of the novel coronavirus outbreak are already quite visible. The lockdown around the world has limited cars on the road, airplanes on the sky and also limited industrial activities .It has also given an unplanned chance to the planet earth to breathe some fresh air and some sort of healing. Scientist has reported the improvement in the quality of air and also the recovery of ozone layer. So, we can hope Now that post pandemic world will be able to meet some goals set in the Paris Climate Accord. It is said that, the improvement caused by the dreadful pandemic in our environment and eco-systems will now save millions of lives in the post-pandemic world.. Rich countries would somehow stabilize their economy, but, the poor countries can’t. Emerging countries cannot afford fiscal and monetary encouragements those deployed by the United States and Europe. Moreover, developing countries that are highly dependent on tourism and migrant remittances will be even hit harder.

Keeping all the above discussion in mind, we can say that post Covid-19 will have more challenges in the region of Ghizer, Gilgit-Baltistan. Being the remote area and least access to basic health facilities people of this region are more vulnerable to pandemic challenges. It is the time that government has to pay special attention to the people out there.  It is said that, a world of greater inequality is a world of greater tension. This tension is mostly conducted through hatred, and hatred is something that leads to violence.

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