I agree with the author that COVID 19 has impacted significantly to our society. From school closures to devastated industries and millions of jobs lost, the social and economic costs of the pandemic are many and varied. Covid-19 is threatening to widen inequalities everywhere, undermine progress on global poverty and clean energy, and more. Among the worst hit are workers in the informal economy, young people and women. Any economic recovery will likely be uneven, leading to greater inequality in the coming years. For a number of families, it could mean making big changes in everyday routines due to financial hardships. For other families, it could mean raised anxiety in children, tension in parenting relationships or general fear. Many parents, while working from home, have to take care of their children with restricted caregiver resources as well as support their children’s education through home schooling or remote learning provided by their schools.