Virus coronavirus

Globalization has transformed the relationship between people and their environment: now the local is global and the global is local. The same is true for the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus pandemic, a type of virus that causes common colds but can also develop more serious illnesses.
International organizations such as the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) and the International Monetary Fund (IMF) warn that the pandemic may reduce world economic growth in 2020. In a situation like this, states are forced to inject large amounts of money to keep the system working: for example, that people who have been temporarily out of work continue to charge to pay bills, or that companies that they cannot produce they can pay their workers. Other countries, such as France, have announced that they are suspending the payment of rent and utility bills for electricity, gas or water, while the State itself will take over the payment of bank loans for people who cannot assume them because of the epidemic.