International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)

International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)
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Research Paper | Geography | India | Volume 10 Issue 2, February 2021

Spreading the COVID-19 and COVID 19 Hotspot Regions: A Comparative Analysis of the International Relationship and Globalization Impact on Infective and Mortality Status in the World

Taniya Roy [2] | Mintu Jana [2] | Srikrishna Paul

Abstract: Now the world is going towards a big pandemic situation due to COVID 19 virus. These viruses are a journey from the hotspot region and spread towards surrounded region through human migration and a good relationship with China. COVID 19 create a big crisis in the scientific community and various issues such as the mechanisms driving the spread of the virus, its socio-economic and environmental impacts, and necessary adaptation and recovery plans and policies. With the high concentration of population and their economic activities in countries, they are often hotspots of COVID 19 infections. Accordingly, many researchers are trying to explore the dynamics of the pandemic in populous countries to understand COVID 19 on their country’s economy. The main objective of this paper is mortality and infective status and their spreading causes through the neglected behavior in the world. Another showing the international relationship and political bureaucratic war with China and the United States of America. A good discussion in this paper is graphically data assessment that is collected from World Health Organisation (WHO). Discussion of the COVID 19 hotspot region and its spreading and how to break down the different countries’ economies. A correlation between the different countries infective and mortality status through the access of international relationship, globalization and neglect behavior the COVID 19 Issues.

Keywords: COVID-19, COVID 19 Hotspot region, COVID 19 spreading, International Relationship, Infective and Mortality status, Prevention and Management

Edition: Volume 10 Issue 2, February 2021,

Pages: 56 - 575

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