Our country faces the world’s largest lockdown to avoid the spread of the coronavirus. During this lockdown so many impacts we’re taking place. It creates a tough impact on daily wages people because they lost their works. Migrated working people were returning to their native place. On their way to their home, they were struggling for food and other basic needs. The world’s largest lockdown means all factories, markets, shops, and the places of worship are now closed. Most public transport suspended and construction work halted, as India asks it’s citizens to stay home and practice social distancing. Even before the implementation of lockdown, India having a great effect on pollution. Our country capital Delhi is the most affected place in India because the more release of polluted air from vehicles and factories make Delhi as the most polluted area.
The national curfew in India on March 22 also resulted in the lowest one-day traffic pollution on record analysis from CREA. India has one of the highest rates of respiratory diseases in the world and the world’s highest number of tuberculosis cases. Such widespread lung damage could potentially increase the risk associated with the coronavirus. A very high level of respiratory disease, even among young children they have asthma, the nebulizer has become a normal thing to have in the house for families who afford them. According to WHO, older people, and people with pre-existing medical conditions, including asthma, appear to be at a higher risk of becoming severely ill with the virus. This lockdown gives a lot of encouragement and hopes that we can bring pollution down. The coronavirus crisis also presents India with an opportunity to invest in a clean energy future.