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International Conference on Business and Technology, ICBT 2022 ; 621 LNNS:858-867, 2023.
Article in English | Scopus | ID: covidwho-2297016


The Coronavirus Outbreak is on a seeming drop in India, the effect of the epidemic on the economy is still mounting, as fresh waves of COVID-19 contagion are nodding nearby. Any projected-on income influence, thus, might be allowed meanwhile inadequacy and restrictions. Yet, as per GDP statistics of the previous two quarters it currently exists, and as per Goods and service tax illustrates the positive indication of regaining amongst all return's channels. The study emphasizes the problem of reimbursement to states in the case of a revenue deficit protected in the existing rule, and the states In India will have to experience the revenue deficit, which may be helped in the evaluation of goods and service tax. The study subsidizes the current discussion on Goods and Service tax compensation provisions of states by allocating another set of budgets for the financial year 2021. © 2023, The Author(s), under exclusive license to Springer Nature Switzerland AG.

International Journal of Public Health Science ; 11(2):607-614, 2022.
Article in English | Scopus | ID: covidwho-1776670


The coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic raises several public health concerns that impact various aspects of people's lives. The severity and spread of infection are extremely rapid, spreading out of control globally. Aside from illness and death, it presents a slew of long-term health concerns among the population. Therefore, the pandemic has manifested into a major health security issue, impacting the population globally. Health securitization refers to recognizing the presence of an existential health threat, and authorities can devote resources to manage the risks. Although vaccinations are required for long-term management of this disease, the vaccination procedure is often plagued by access, efficacy, and vaccine prioritization issues. By employing an interpretative social science approach, the article argues that the COVID-19 pandemic needs to be securitized at the state and international levels, and vaccines as public-good should be accessible to everyone without discrimination or prioritization and diplomatic interests. The study found, firstly, that many countries have adopted health securitization and coordinated efforts by international agencies. Secondly, vaccine hoarding by richer countries has created a disparity in the rate and coverage of vaccination in other regions. Thirdly, vaccine donation by richer countries is only a temporary solution. A robust vaccine allocation mechanism is needed for more comprehensive and equitable vaccination coverage. © 2022, Intelektual Pustaka Media Utama. All rights reserved.