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Shruti C. Gotmare*, Yogesh N. Gholse and Rahul H. Kasliwal


COVID-19 has become a major health problem causing severe acute respiratory illness in humans. It has spread rapidly around the globe since its first identification in Wuhan, China, in December 2019. The causative virus is called severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2), and the WHO named the new epidemic disease Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19). Italy was the first western country facing an outbreak of COVID-19. The various factors integral to the understanding of pathophysiology and susceptibility, diagnostic challenges with RT-PCR assays, therapeutic controversies, intrauterine transmission, and maternal-fetal complications. As an essential service, community pharmacists have been enacting a key role in patient counseling and supply of essential medicines and protective equipment. Pharmacists are considered the most accessible primary care providers, so it is crucial for patients to know that pharmacists are there to support them throughout the pandemic. Pharmacists are medication experts providing patient care in a variety of settings including hospitals, clinics, community pharmacies, long-term care, physician offices, and national and public health, this included implementation of tele-health programs for comprehensive medication management. As ambulatory care clinical pharmacists continue to expand the services they provide in response to COVID-19. The COVID-19 pandemic impacts daily lives of families globally. Health extends into physical, social, emotional, spiritual, and psychological health. Interventions including mask-wearing and physical distancing are intended to prevent viral spread, but have unintended negative effects on mental health and child development and mental health and give practical interventions to foster resilience in youth and their families.

Keywords: COVID-19, Quality control guidelines for roles of Pharmacists, Pandemic, Coronavirus disease, Impact of health.

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