The New Normal in Doctor Consultation and WFH

COVID-19 is not the only topic we and our health plans should be focusing on today. If there is one thing that the COVID-19 pandemic taught us, it is that we are not alone. Specifically, a disease that pops up on one side of the globe could soon weaken the whole global economy.

Behaviors that changed in the new norm are:

  • Foreign journeys have been reduced
  • Increased purchase of foods and household items to be stored for use in case of emergency
  • Companies are shifting to a work-from-home scheme
  • The use of food delivery services is heightened
  • People started paying more focus on personal well-being and hygiene
  • Keeping social distancing and protecting ourselves by wearing face masks

COVID-19 has shifted healthcare to a new level. The infectious nature of the virus and the “stay at home” system made doctors find new ways to deliver healthcare services. This led to the idea of creating telemedicine which will play the part of a medical assistant at home. 


With strict physical distancing rules in place, many people are seeking information related to their health to accurately diagnose any symptoms they may be experiencing at home so that they can move into isolation without causing much to the people around them.

 Many people have begun using telemonitoring services, which use communication technologies to provide the following healthcare services: Teleconsultations, symptom monitoring, and interpretation of test results, in cooperation with medical professionals through Virtual Hospitals. Home-based blood tests, health examinations, vaccinations, physiotherapy, wound dressing, and medicine delivery services.

New norm to work from home

It is now easy to work or run a business remotely with the use of good internet facilities, and communication tools, including computers, and mobile phones. Our lives are becoming increasingly advantageous and less tiresome.

Everyone is aware of the importance of public health

Recent cases have led to people becoming more aware of both individual and public health. Maintaining good health and a diet. With foods that contain vitamin C which boosts immunity can help protect us from decreasing viral infection. Furthermore, shops and commercial locations now offer alcohol-based gels and sanitized equipment for customer use and encourage physical distancing at all times.

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