Today the medical literature is full of investigations and circulation of information about what has affected the world over the last year. People worry that there will not be adequate immunization. Individuals young and old ponder the possibility of relocation somewhere else when they wonder whether this will soon improve (1, 2).
There is isolation, social anxiety, depression, and, of course, COVID-19. Medical practitioners still have the responsibility to manage birth control, vaccine administration, and other essential matters. A major concern is children who are still in the phases of growth and development. Some of them become rebellious because of social distancing. Loneliness is one of the most difficult situations for people young and old (1, 2).