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Dr.Sherajuli Shelley: The world is going to destroy both religious leaders and scientists say the same thing that this is direct proportion. People will be more powerful and a lot of wonderful things will be discovered. Even people can digest their own disease and will take preventive action. Just when they will come by this magic mirror, they will find which body is affected like now we measure a lot of other staffs. Medical Sciences will develop but some religious leaders said King Dajjal is coming to save the world. Mehedi will come to save the world and Jesus will come to save the world. Scientists said something miraculous will come from another planet and the world will get destroyed. Somebody said war will begin for money and ethic matters. The Latest final wars will be ethical for religion. Now I want to say different things. This is very important for all people. We are living during the latest time about corona and some religious leaders say this is the last time, people start disobeying Almighty god. Continiously doing all bad things such as crimes robbery brief, rape, killing people and so on. Prostitutes increase all over the world. This is against God’s rules. As God destroyed the people of Prophet Hud, Prophet Noha, Prophet Luts time. That’s why God sent this coronavirus as God sent mosquitoes to destroy Namrud. As God sent birds to destroy king Abraham´s kingdom and many others was by God to human civilization. Now people understand pompeii was destroyed by God because they all were prostitutes. So now because of our crimes, God sent a non visible coronavirus. It’s best to be ready because there will come more dangerous things. It is behold our knowledge so be careful dear human beings.

As days pass, coronavirus becomes more powerful even though vaccines have been discovered, there are still no countries in control. A lot of people are dying everyday.

Available survey data confirm that public health messaging associated with the COVID-19 virus is getting through. People  are paying attention, and the public is generally taking the actions recommended by authorities.

According to Gallup data, it shows that 93% of Americans are following the COVID-19 crisis very or somewhat closely, including 66% who are following it very closely. The level of close attention being paid to the virus is second highest on the list of 230 news stories it has tested since 1991, behind only 9/11.

As I previously discussed, other polls show similarly high levels of attention being paid, including the fact that 99% of Americans microbiologist said they had read, seen or heard about the New data from the  test knowledge of virus-related issues and show a high level of understanding. Most people can accurately answer questions about the availability of a vaccine, how people get the virus, how to avoid getting the virus, symptoms of the virus and who has the highest risk.

The degree to which the virus has captured the public’s consciousness. Some 57% of respondents now name the virus when peoples  are asked to identify the biggest concern facing their family right now, and many of the other concerns named are related to the potential impact of the virus — including job security and unemployment, paying everyday bills, the economy and healthcare costs.

Under electron microscope 2019 –nCov isolated from a patient in the surface at cells blue /pink culture, this is more dangerous than the covid-19. It can contaminate any body parts to any body parts by touching. After determination of coved positive or negative then you can be sure even you are not allowed to touch husband and wife each other. Identification: you look like you have no any symptom but you are affected, so be careful. This type of virus is now to be found everywhere.

New survey data also confirm that peoples- in many cases nearly all peoples of the world- are heeding public health advice.

As per microbiologist’ social distancing practices shows the public has quickly ramped up their adherence to government recommendations. The result is that about nine in 10 Americans now say they have avoided crowds and are avoiding traveling by airplane, bus, subway or train (of course, a lot of people didn’t do these things before the virus either). Two thirds or more have avoided small gatherings, avoided going to public places and canceled travel plans and about six in 10 have stocked up on food or supplies.

All of these are up from just a week ago, and the dynamic upward curve in reports of engaging in these activities over just a week or so in how quickly the authorities’ recommendations are being heeded.  most recent data tracked through March 22 also show significantly higher levels of avoidance activities than even lot of activist stop their thinking and help people

Given that public health messaging about the virus is evidently getting through to the average worlds peoples a key question becomes just how the public is processing that information and what conclusions they reach about it.

So far, concerns and worries about the virus are in what I would call a mid-level range. Our latest update shows that 24% of world people are very worried that they or someone in their family will be exposed to the coronavirus, with another 39% somewhat worried. Some  religious people say it comes from Almighty God. Notably, this didn’t change much between  March readings, and despite the exponential increase of world  cases since last month, is up only modestly from February.

Some people are quite similar, showing about six in 10 people are very or somewhat worried that they or someone in their family will get sick because of the virus. Some microbiologist trend, just 27% are very worried, up only five percentage points who care policy According to Gallup data, results show 70% of people are very or somewhat concerned that they, or someone in their family, will become seriously ill from the coronavirus outbreak — with 38% very concerned no trend

The key numbers here may be the percentage of people who classify themselves as “very” worried or “very” concerned across surveys. Those numbers, as we have seen, are in the 24% to 38% range, well below majority level.

Along these same lines, reports suggest that the majority of people have not seen their lives upended by the virus crisis shows that 30% say their life has been affected or disrupted a great deal, with  expert  36% a fair amount. This is a fairly low bar, of course, since being “affected” could be in quite mild ways. Kaiser data from a bit earlier asked more directly how much peoples  lives have “been disrupted by the coronavirus outbreak” and found a relatively low 16% saying “a lot,” with another 24% saying “some.”

Looking ahead, 36% of people say the situation will begin to improve within a few weeks, while a majority, 51%, say it will be a few months before it begins to improve.

The most recent and data from other organizations — confirm the emerging consensus that hospitals,  government health agencies have the highest levels of the people’s trust. The news media are at the bottom of most lists.

It’s important to reiterate that state and local governments have historically been more positively evaluated microbiologists than all countries’ governments. Everything else being equal, then, we would expect that states will be more trusted than the feds. That has certainly been the case so far.

Clearly, the public remains relatively skeptical of the news media.  survey shows that only 44% approve of the way the media are handling the situation, the lowest rating of the nine people and entities tested. Monmouth asked about “the media reporting about the outbreak” and found 45% saying they were doing a good job.

Some people are significantly less favorable than their views of government officials and health agencies, but the 60% who approve of Trump’s handling of the situation is in clear majority territory 50% saying is doing a good job). Government efforts to pass a legislative stimulus package at the time of the most recent update may explain why evaluations of that body are relatively positive, with a 59% approval rating for its handling of the situation, on par with someone specially.

What about government image overall? Our  shows person’s job approval rating returning to the 49% level we measured in January and February. approval is up modestly among independents and political persons  (and, as my colleague microbiologist  says in his analysis, this is “highly unusual for any person The latest has one political leader overall approval up by two points, now by a small margin at the highest in government  history in that meeting each other Satisfaction with the way things are going shows a mild uptick in the situations, which fits with a modest rally effect scenario.

It’s way too early to know what effect this crisis will have on the 2020 presidential election. Much will depend on the trajectory of peoples ‘ perceptions of essentially out of the news as the COVID-19 crisis rolls on. A glance at news shows little focus on the virus, other than one box linked to his plan for handing it.

In my last update, I hypothesized that the substantial partisan gap in attitudes about the COVID-19 virus could narrow. So far, however, I see no significant sign of a diminished polarization.

Most recent data on worry about virus exposure show a 27-point gap — 48% of leaning independents are very or somewhat worried, compared with 75% of This is essentially the same size gap people saw in data earlier in March.

Republicans are more likely than Democrats to approve of U.S. hospitals, government health agencies and Congress, and, of course, Trump and Vice President Mike Pence. Democrats are more positive about the news media, and the two partisan groups are equal in their (very positive) approval of their state governments.

Kaiser Family Foundation’s latest poll shows a continuing partisan gap, and their conclusion is worth noting: “Across many questions, the poll finds significant partisan differences, with Democrats generally more worried about the health and economic consequences and more likely to take specific actions in response.”

There may be underlying geographic reasons for the partisan gap in addition to the positioning cues given off by peoples are harder hit than red states.

Crises and events like this one often follow a predictable pattern: Initial public acceptance and then increased questioning and pushback. We are beginning to see the second phase now, as questions arise about the dramatic “horizontal” strategy of putting everyone on lockdown and peoples suffering increases

Like much else in life, this can come down to a tradeoff — in this instance, between an emphasis on slowing down the spread of the virus at all costs versus an emphasis on maintaining employment and a viable economy.data from earlier this month showed that people’s confidence in the economy was beginning to slide. data show an overwhelming 87% of people say it is somewhat or very likely that the virus will cause an economic recession in the  including 52% who say it’s very likely. Concern about the virus significantly harming one’s personal financial situation is not as widespread, but 35% say this worst case  scenario is very likely, with another 32% saying it’s somewhat likely.

The tradeoff between attempting to stop the virus at any cost and recognizing that the economy (and people’s livelihoods) must go on at the same time is extremely challenging. Data showing peoples are vitally concerned about both sides of this equation underscore the need for informed and rational public leadership to juggle the emphasis given to these two critical national priorities. When people suffer, nobody still understands that there is no government in the world. Government will solve problems but governments have their own problems which is how to catch power.

We are now  into the coronavirus pandemic, which was first detected in Wuhan, China, and much of the Muslim world is still struggling to come to terms with the scope of its impact.

Governments around the world have put in place draconian measures aiming to halt the spread of this deadly virus, including drastic limitations on public religious gatherings and even outright prohibitions on daily prayers in mosques, including Friday prayers.

Saudi Arabia, acting against its own economic interests, has even taken the seemingly drastic step of banning both foreign pilgrims, and then internal pilgrims, from performing the Umrah pilgrimage to Mecca. On 31 March, Saudi authorities warned that the annual pilgrimage itself may be suspended, a development that would surely be welcomed by governments around the world struggling to contain one of the deadliest pandemics since the Spanish Flu of 1918.

Pandemic: A test from God?

Yet, these moves have been met with controversy in some quarters of the Muslim public sphere, where people have either minimised the public health threat posed by Covid-19 or indulged in wild conspiracy theories about the nature of the pandemic.

Many groups and individuals, on the other hand, accept the reality of the pandemic, but refuse to comply with the restrictions on public worship and mass religious gatherings on theological grounds, arguing that the pandemic is just another test that God imposes on believers, or that Muslims should express their trust in God to protect them from the effects of the pandemic by continuing their public practice of Islam.

Muslim-majority states must take it upon themselves to strengthen ties of mutual solidarity in this difficult period by exchanging public health expertise

There is much less discussion in the Muslim public sphere around the obligations of solidarity that Muslims owe to themselves and to humanity in times of emergency, such as a pandemic.

The coronavirus pandemic threatens to devastate much of the Global South, including the Muslim world. As the actions of countries such as China, Taiwan, South Korea and Singapore show, the keys to containing the deleterious public health impacts of Covid-19 are aggressive social distancing, widespread testing for the virus, contact tracing of those who test positive, and continuous monitoring of the population for recurrence.

This requires a sophisticated public health infrastructure and an educated population capable of voluntarily implementing public health directives – elements lacking in some Global South countries. Thus, some countries may be forced to accept that “herd immunity” is their only way to cope with the pandemic.

Economic collapse

This could have severe consequences on all countries that lack the means to implement “best practices”, including substantially higher death rates in developed countries lacking necessary life-saving medical equipment – particularly ventilators.

Deaths will not be limited to victims of coronavirus; they will also include people suffering from other illnesses who are unable to obtain treatment. Those with pre-existing conditions, such as diabetes or obesity – which have become common in many Muslim countries – will be at higher risk of serious complications or death if they contract Covid-19.


A man reads a notice, placed on the entrance door of a closed mosque during a lockdown in Pakistan (Reuters)

Many countries in the Global South also face a substantial risk of economic collapse, even if they don’t impose social distancing measures. As the population becomes sicker, the workforce becomes increasingly unproductive.

In addition, the simultaneous economic crisis unfolding in the developed world will see a substantial reduction in demand for exports from the Global South. Tourism and remittance income from workers abroad will also be hit hard.

As we brace ourselves for mass deprivation on a global scale in the coming year due to the Covid-19 pandemic, Islamic principles should play an important role in guiding policymakers in Muslim-majority countries, despite misguided calls by some to abandon duties of solidarity in the face of this crisis.

Minimising losses

Muslim jurists have established certain rules that apply in cases of emergency, intended both to protect lives and to minimise economic losses. For example, if a ship is caught in a storm at sea and is on the verge of capsizing, merchandise – but not persons – should be thrown overboard, with or without the consent of the owners. The owners of the jettisoned property can be compensated with a share in whatever merchandise survives the storm, equal to the value of their lost goods.


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Muslim-majority states must take it upon themselves to strengthen ties of mutual solidarity in this difficult period by exchanging public health expertise, personnel, equipment and financial aid.

It is encouraging that both the Islamic Development Bank and the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation have taken steps to mitigate the catastrophic economic and health consequences of the pandemic, but much more needs to be done.

The Covid-19 pandemic will not end anytime soon.  The global Muslim community – and its political leaders – must pursue policies that prioritise saving lives over profit, emphasising the value of shared economic sacrifice. God willing, the Muslim world can minimise the inevitable losses that will result from this pandemic.

As for the Muslim public and their internal disagreements over the seriousness of the pandemic, and whether or not it constitutes a special test from God, it is crucial that all responsible religious authorities join public officials in stressing the need to comply with public-health measures.

Concusions as per Islamic scholar and islam to to safe your life  in covid -19 situations. Islam peace is that things the presentday civilizations looking for.

I wish you peace, safety, and well-being.

The world has not seen in 100 years a health pandemic like the one we see. It shows how helpless human beings can be. We should take all the health and hygiene related precautions that health experts have prescribed. Then we turn to the One Who is the source of all Might and Power. To the extent you can, please act on the following deeds, and convey to others:

1. The near meaning of a Quranic verse is: In difficulty adopt patience and prayers.

2. Another Quranic verse says (near meaning): When you face difficulty, say “Inna lillahi wa inna ilaihi rajeun”.

3. A tasbih for present times: Recite Surah Fatiha 3 times, Surah Ikhlas 3 times, and “HasbunAllahu wa ni’mal Wakil” 313 times (the near meaning is: Allah is sufficient for us). Recite as and when you can.

4. Doa from Rasulullah (SM) for protection for the whole day and night: Bismilahi-ladhi la yadurru ma’as-mihi shai’un fil-ardhi wa la fis-sama’i, wa huwas-samiul-‘alim — 3 times every morning and evening (Tirmizi, Abu Daud, Ahmed).

5. Rasulullah (SM) said whomsoever lands in a place and he says once, no harm will take place until he leaves: Auzubi-kalimati llahi-taammati min sharri ma khalaq (Muslim, Tirmizi, Nisai).

6. Rasulullah (SM)’s prescribed dua for protection from various diseases: “Allahumma inni a’uzu bika minal barasi wal junooni wal juzami wa min sayea-al asqam” (near meaning: Ya Allah keep all the evil diseases away from us). Recite a few times every morning and evening. (Abu Daud, Ahmed).

7. Recite Surah Fatiha 41 times every day. Surah Fatiha is also called Sura-e-Shifa (Sura of deliverance from illness).

8. Astaghfar: Seeking forgiveness from Allah cools His wrath, protects us from distress and anxiety, and provides for us from sources we could not imagine. It is narrated Rasulullah (SM) used to seek forgiveness 70 times a day. Simply reciting “Astaghfirullah” is fine — or reciting any other Astaghfar. Recite as much as you can every day. Fix the number and be consistent.

9. Sadaqa: Making sadaqa (charity) cools the wrath of the Almighty.

10. Reliance on the Almighty: If we can rely on Him like a baby relies in the lap of a mother, He will not allow a calamity to befall us.

A beduin told Rasulullah (SM): I want to be the strongest person in the world. Rasulullah (SM) replied: Put your trust on Allah; you will be the strongest person in the world (Ahmed).

11. Follow directives of health experts stringently.

We pray for each other. When a person prays for others, Angels pray for the person: May your prayers for others be accepted for you first.

Through precaution, good deeds, and doa we can be means of bringing better days. May the Almighty bless us, guide us, and protect us all – in Bangladesh and around the world.

The islam teaching us how to face difficulties such as dangerous covid -19. May almighty God save you.

Allāh has blessed us with a religion that is complete and perfect for all times and places.  Allāh tells us in the Qur’ān:


“This day I have  perfected for you  your religion and completed  My favor upon you and have approved for you Islam as your religion”

We also have in the Prophet (sall Allāhu ʿalayhi wa sallam), the best of examples, as Allāh says in the Qur’ān:

“Surely there was a good example for you in the Messenger of Allāh”

Whatever problem or issue a Muslim is facing, he returns back to Allāh and his Messenger for guidance; there is nothing that happens in the life of a Muslim except that his religion has a solution to it.

We recently heard about the coronavirus which is spreading to a number of countries, affecting the lives of many people, causing death to others.

There are a number of thoughts that should cross the mind of a Muslim when they hear something like this. Below are some points that a person must remember and internalise when they see or hear of such incidents:


Trials and tribulations

Trials and tribulations are part of life, this is something that Allāh informs us of and warns us so that when we are afflicted, we remember that it is ultimately Allāh who controls our affairs. It is He who will provide help and His knowledge of our affairs surpasses our restricted intellect. As He says in the Qur’ān:

“Do you think that you will enter Paradise without such [trials] as came to those who passed away before you? They were afflicted with severe poverty and ailments and were so shaken that even the Messenger and those who believed along with him said, ‘When [will] the Help of Allāh [come]?’ Yes! Certainly, the Help of Allāh is near!”

Allāh sends us tests to see how we will react and handle them. How are we going to respond? When you hear the news that your umrah trip is cancelled because of this virus, how will you respond? When you hear your flights have been cancelled, your loved ones have fallen ill, how will you respond?

Allāh says in the Qur’ān:

“And We will surely test you with something of fear and hunger and a loss of wealth and lives and fruits, but give good tidings to the patient”

So how do we respond to a calamity? Allāh tells us immediately after the previous āyah:

“Who, when disaster strikes them, say, ‘Indeed we belong to Allāh, and indeed to Him we will return.’”

A Muslim is patient in trials; he knows Allāh will never forsake him, nor will Allāh burden him with a trial that is more than what he can handle.

This is not something new

Illnesses and viruses such as the coronavirus are not something new, nor is the fact that people are afflicted with illnesses.

The companions once asked the Prophet (sall Allāhu ʿalayhi wa sallam):


“Oh Messenger of Allāh, who from amongst the people were tested the most? The Prophet (sall Allāhu ʿalayhi wa sallam) responded and said, “The Prophets, then the next best and then the next best.”

We see the great Prophet of Allāh, Ayyūb (ʿalayhi al-Salām), was tested with a great illness.  His story is synonymous with patience. He lost everything; his family, wealth, and health. Some narrations say he was bedridden for 18 years, tested with a great illness, yet we find he did not give up hope in Allāh and turned to him in this great trial. Some scholars have said that his illness was so severe that his flesh dropped from his body and nothing remained on him except his bones and muscles

Allāh tells us his story in the Qur’ān:

“And Ayyūb, when he called to his Lord, saying ‘Harm has afflicted me and You are the Most Merciful”

“So We answered him and removed his affliction and We gave him his family and the like of them with them, as a mercy from Us and a reminder to Worshippers.”

The story of Prophet Ayyūb (ʿalayhi al-Salām) is one filled with lessons for us to ponder over. The virtue of patience is shown to us in the Prophet Ayyūb (ʿalayhi al-Salām) through some of the most dire situations that one can come across in life.


The concept of pre-destination is extremely important for a Muslim to understand.  When incidents such as the coronavirus occur, a Muslim should know that this is what Allāh had decreed 50,000 years before the creation of the universe. The Prophet (sall Allāhu ʿalayhi wa sallam) explained:

“Allāh had written the ordained measures (and due proportions) of the creation, fifty thousand years before the creation of the heavens and the earth…

All good and bad is from Allāh, as is mentioned in the Hadeeth of Jabir: ‘No slave of Allāh will truly believe until he believes in al-Qadr; its good and bad from Allāh, and until he knows that what has befallen him was not going to miss him and that what missed him was not going to befallen him.’

Allāh will never harm us nor does he want evil to befall us. We may think something is bad for us due to our restricted view of life, but there is always good in a situation. Allāh tells us that perhaps you hate a thing but it is in fact good for you, and perhaps you love a thing when in reality and it is bad for you, yet Allāh knows while you know not!

A believer has two positions when it comes to predestination: one is before the situation occurs, and one is after. Before the situation he seeks help from Allāh, makes dua to him, and relies upon him; he asks Allāh for good to come from it.

After the situation, if the result was positive and good the person thanks Allāh.  If the event had a negative outcome the person is patient because he knows that Allāh will never forsake him even if it seems the result is negative, because indeed Allāh is the best of planners.

Taking necessary precautions

A Muslim should not overreact; at the same time he should not be oblivious about a situation and do nothing!

Taking the necessary means and then relying upon Allāh is something which is emphasised in Islam.

“One day Prophet Muhammad (sall Allāhu ʿalayhi wa sallam), noticed a Bedouin leaving his camel without tying it. He asked the Bedouin, ‘Why don’t you tie down your camel?’ The Bedouin answered, ‘I put my trust in Allāh’ The Prophet then said, ‘Tie your camel first, then put your trust in Allāh’ [3]

We also find in the incident of Umar (raḍiy Allāhu ʿanhu) taking necessary precautions is a must when you know of a harm or potential danger that could afflict you.

Umar ibn al-Khattab was traveling with a group of companions during his reign. They approached a town in which it was said had a contagious/infectious disease. Umar asked his group whether they should proceed or return (to Madinah). The majority of the companions said they should go back but some said they should proceed. Then one companion said he knew a hadith where the Prophet (sall Allāhu ʿalayhi wa sallam) said, “If you hear that this disease exists in a country, do not travel to that country.” So Umar decided that they should go back. Another companion asked him whether he was running away from qadar. Umar replied that they were moving away from one qadar to another qadar.

Whenever there is a problem, a challenge, or any hardship which we can remove, overcome, solve, or minimise, we must do so.

Many of the health guidelines given by the NHS are in fact normal practices for Muslims, some of which are as follows:

1. Washing hands: this is a part of ablution, a Muslim’s daily ritual of purity.

2. General cleanliness

The Prophet (sall Allāhu ʿalayhi wa sallam) said:

“Cleanliness is part of faith”

Keeping our surroundings tidy, cleaning up after ourselves, and wiping surfaces down are all aspects of cleanliness which must be adhered to in these situations.

3. Covering your mouth when sneezing

The Prophet would cover his mouth when he sneezed. This basic etiquette can take big part in the stopping of the spread of viruses

“Whenever the Messenger of Allāh (sall Allāhu ʿalayhi wa sallam) sneezed, he would cover his mouth with his hand or a piece of cloth.”

4. Quarantine in times of viruses which can spread.

The Prophet gave instructions on what to do if there is an outbreak. Abd al-Rahmān ibn ‘Awf (raḍiy Allāhu ʿanhu) that he said:

“I heard the Messenger of Allāh (sall Allāhu ʿalayhi wa sallam) say: “If you hear that it (the plague) is in a land, do not go there, and if it breaks out in a land where you are, do not leave, fleeing from it.”

The Prophet (sall Allāhu ʿalayhi wa sallam) also taught us how to protect ourselves by maintaining our adhkar from the Sunnah. One such dua that he taught us was:

“In the name of Allāh with Whose name nothing can harm on earth or in heaven, and He is the All-Hearing, All-Knowing”

Being positive and having an optimistic outlook

Always have a positive outlook regardless of the situation you’re in, this is what our Prophet Muhammad (sall Allāhu ʿalayhi wa sallam) taught us, when he told us

Amazing is the affair of the believer, verily all of his affairs are good and this is not for no one except the believer. If something of good/happiness befalls him, he is grateful and that is good for him. If something of harm befalls him, he is patient and that is good for him.”

He also said:

“There are no omens, but the best of it is optimism”

When we look through the seerah we find many examples of the Prophet (sall Allāhu ʿalayhi wa sallam) being optimistic even though he was in a dire situation.

The Muslims in the battle of Ahzāb were surrounded by the enemy from every direction, they were in a state of loss, the Prophet (sall Allāhu ʿalayhi wa sallam) commanded them to build a trench around the city of Madinah to protect themselves, as they were digging the trench they came across a huge rock and struggled to break it.

The Prophet took the sledgehammer from Salman al-Farisi.  He struck the rock saying, “Bismillah”. One third of the rock broke. He said, “Allahu Akbar! I was given the keys of Damascus”. He struck it again and more broke and he said “I was given the keys of Persia” and he did so the third time until he had broken it and said “I was given the keys of Yemen!”

At a time when morale was low, the Prophet (sall Allāhu ʿalayhi wa sallam) remained optimistic. The companions were astounded thinking that they under siege with no way out, yet the Prophet (sall Allāhu ʿalayhi wa sallam) was talking about conquering Damascus, Persia, and Yemen!  How true was the Prophet (sall Allāhu ʿalayhi wa sallam) when eventually these lands were conquered, optimism in the face of adversity, and optimism in the face of pessimism.

We should also not blame others or ridicule them because they are from a certain country or they have come from a part of the world that has been affected by the virus. Unfortunately, we have seen physical attacks on people, racist remarks made, and people making a joke and mocking the situation people are in.



The coronavirus is a reminder to us all of our weak state. Regardless of our social standing and our financial position, we are helpless. Allāh says:

“Mankind was created weak”

Situations like this remind us to turn back to Allāh.  Allāh controls everything and he is the one that can relieve us from our difficulties, we must return to Allāh and seek refuge in him and ask for his protection.



Author: Dr.Sherajuli Shelley Assistant Manager, D. MRSB. Candidate: Fellow of Royal Society Biology of the United Kingdom. Bactolac Pharmaceutical Accuon Labs Inc ,  NY. USA winder labs Winder labs.




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