One thing that completely changed life during the end of 2019 was the Coronavirus. Everything started to go downhill. One thing that stood out the most especially according to students, is the change of the studying method. In school, we usually learn in a social environment where we meet and gather with our friends and teachers. This environment makes a day at school much more enjoyable and bearable. But, COVID-19 doesn’t allow us to do so. This virus is contagious and will spread easily and quickly, especially when we are in contact with lots of people, we are prone to the virus. How are we going to learn if we can’t meet face-to-face?
The most important thing on days like these is our health. We all need to protect ourselves from this harmful virus. Therefore, decisions and sacrifices have to be made. Just like when students weren’t allowed to go to school due to health precautions. They had to learn from home, which has a day-and-night difference. Instead of being in class with friends, they are at home, in front of their laptops.
No matter what the situation is, learning must go on. It is tremendously important. Thus, schools have to be quick in reacting to problems regarding the health of the students, teachers and staff. Situations can change very quickly in the span of days due to health reasons. Hence, we must learn to adapt to this quick-changing situation. Adapting will make it much lighter to go through.
Logically speaking, it is only a matter of time until things might go bumpy again. Where more people will start to catch the virus and changes to the study system must be switched to online learning. The virus is ever changing. We have all received plenty of news articles regarding the mutation of the virus. It is clearly apparent that the virus is not steady just yet.
However, do not let this whole situation discourage you! It is alright to feel down about it sometimes, but please remember that you will always have people there who have your back and will cheer you back up again regardless. They truly are the people who help us get through tough times and make it out alive.