Technology in water sector could change the post COVID scenario as lockdown for Covid-19 mitigation has increased the demand for clean and safe water in the already water-stressed sectors in India, especially in the domestic sector and industrial sectors, isolated labs for testing of virus, quarantined places, hospital beds using railway facilities, and where there is a disruption of water supply in various cities.
A report from Deloitte India shows that many Indian pharma companies recorded 20-30% growth in the month of April 20 if compared with Q3FY20 period. Unlike the other sectors and industries pharmaceutical sector is expected to see a significant overall growth this year.
Due to Covid-19 there is a lock-down going on in the whole country and most of the business and people are affected by this. We Beltecno India has resumed our manufacturing of stainless steel panel tanks.
Manufacturing will not be same as it used to be before COVID-19, Supply chain and manufacturing management will be changed so will this increase the production lead time and many other factors will be discussed in this blog.
COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted all sectors and the people globally. Today we will be discussing how water sector is impacted by the this virus, changing market situations and opportunities.
During this difficult situation everyone should try to stop novel corona virus to spread further more and its necessary to take preventive actions. Water, sanitation hygiene and waste management during this pandemic situation should be take care off and handled very carefully. In today's blog we will be discussing about the guidelines from WHO (World Health Organization).
- Frequent and proper hand hygiene is one of the most important measures that can be used to prevent infection with the COVID-19 virus. WASH practitioners should work to enable more frequent and regular hand hygiene by improving facilities and using proven behavior-change techniques.
- WHO guidance on the safe management of drinking-water and sanitation services applies to the
COVID-19 outbreak. Extra measures are not needed. Disinfection will facilitate more rapid die-off of the COVID-19 virus.
- Many co-benefits will be realized by safely managing water and sanitation services and applying good hygiene practices.
As per WHO Currently, there is no evidence about the survival of the COVID-19 virus in drinking-water or sewage.*
The global pandemic situation due to corona outbreak, has came up with some live examples, countries like Italy, which is famous for its healthcare systems and one of the top countries in the world to provide best healthcare to its citizens.
But in this difficult situation like Italy other countries are also facing the medical infra problems and unable to meet the necessary arraignments.