The global impact of the post-covid-19 pandemic on socio-economic outcomes

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Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University Press
Covid-19 has a strong direct acute impact on population health, not only at the physiological level but also at the psychological level for those who suffer it, those close to them, and the general population, who suffer the social consequences of the pandemic. In this line, the economic recession increased, even more so, the social pressure. At the social level, the economic impact hit the most vulnerable families, creating a difficult context for public institutions to address. We are facing one of the greatest challenges of social intervention, which requires fast, effective, and well-coordinated responses from public institutions, the private sector, and non-governmental organizations to serve an increasingly hopeless population with increasingly urgent needs. Long-term legislation is necessary to reduce the vulnerability of the less fortunate, as well as to analyse the societal response to improve the social organization management of available resources.
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Conference Proceedings: "The World Economy in the Post-Pandemic Period: Implications and Challenges", Tbilisi, 2023, pp. 365-370