The pandemic of COVID-19 has raised various issues with respect to the efficacy of the health care services to the maximum possible extent. This is because of the reason that the current health care infrastructure is probably providing the people with the worst possible outcomes and hence, the world is grappling with the problems which were never imagined by the people beforehand. Therefore, what matters the most in such situations is to provide for the care they want. In these times, wherein people are trying their best to ascertain that the disease must not spread at any cost. Therefore, what matters the most in such situations is to resort to the practices of the telehealth. This term can be defined as a ground for ensuring that the people are provided the health care services without even visiting the hospitals. Due to the hospitals getting coveted to a hot prone zone, this is very essential to ensure that the people stay at home and avoid the possibility to get contracted with any disease which might prevail. Therefore, in the end, these practices are able to satisfy many of the people and they are adopting the same as a new normal.
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