Top 200+ Coronavirus Quotes You Should Read In This Pandemic

Written by Vishal for Factober


October 8, 2020

Coronavirus Quotes

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  1. Teaching the world to be careful is a constructive service worthy of God’s great gift of life to man. Harold H. Burton
  2. A demon is not my personal revenge, he is a social evil to be killed, the Coronavirus. P.S. Jagadeesh Kumar
  3. A different answer, for each family, Talk about things, be safe and free. Ari Gunzburg
  4. A renewed and Pandemic cleansed Earth will emerge, like the Sun after rain. Mukesh Kwatra
  5. Adopt a neighborhood, make the problems of that neighborhood your own problems and be the solution yourself, and eventually all catastrophe will turn powerless. Abhijit Naskar
  6. Alien Earth Life tale big buzz as media, we can’t help but smile after Coronavirus ( Covid-19) Lockdown period and truth will not last long. Srinivas Mishra
  7. Among all the viruses on the Earth, the more hazardous virus is human than the coronavirus. P.S. Jagadeesh Kumar
  8. An effective way to expand your boundary and operate from multiple service points is by doing van sales. Kumar Vembu
  9. Apathy is as dangerous, invisible, and contagious as an asymptomatic virus carrier. Khang Kijarro Nguyen
  10. Arrogant humanity always thinks that among all living beings only humans can write a sensational story in the world! But here’s a nano organism called coronavirus – just like other microorganisms of the past – proved the opposite of this! Mehmet Murat ildan
  11. As a community, we will need to continue to work together to create solutions that address future challenges with insight and compassion. Rajen Vagadia
  12. As consumption patterns change, distribution and transportation models will also change. In fact, every startup has to figure out how they can move from something which may have become discretionary to a staple. Sushanto Mitra
  13. As we wake from isolation, we will leave the past behind us and we will all become one. Anthony T. Hincks.
  14. At the end of the day, the goals are simple: Safety and security. Jodi Rell
  15. Be honest. What did you really learn about being in isolation? And after learning it, do you really want to go back to who you were before? Anthony T Hincks
  16. Be negative! Positive is no more a positive word in 2020. Srinivas Mishra
  17. Be positive and stop negative thinking and the key to stop negative thoughts in this hour of crisis of COVID-19, is to spread your love and positive energy in every direction for the well-being of the whole humanity. Amit Ray
  18. Behind the mask beats a loving heart, willing to save others. Helene Munson
  19. Brands are making the most of OTT players, social media, and gaming platforms as an advertisement platform since people are getting habitual of these platforms. Divanshi Gupta
  20. Businesses do not fail because they are short of cash. Businesses fail because of financial mismanagement. Faizal Ahamed
  21. But someday soon, things will open up. Get back to normal. Kids around the world, will be free again. Then you will see, All of your friends, Your family, And everyone. Someday soon. Ari Gunzburg
  22. By now your realize how much of your identity was tied into your job. I get it! I was an actor, comedian and child entertainer. You know what, I am still all those things. I know you lost your job and I know it is tough. I get it. BUT you will have a job and you are so much more than just your job. You are you. No one else is you. Johnny Corn
  23. Catering to the welfare of people is not only the responsibility of the government, but also the citizens. Ronith Sachin
  24. Close all your doors including the doors of your temple and do research to fight coronavirus. P.S. Jagadeesh Kumar
  25. Coming out of isolation will be like opening Christmas presents on Christmas Day. Just don’t be disappointed if you don’t get what you want. Anthony T. Hincks
  26. Coronavirus also introduces us to a completely new world of life, to move on from our struggles and enjoy Next Level of Life. Srinivas Mishra
  27. Coronavirus is the real alien to earth, shake your hands or wash your hands but make it fast. P.S. Jagadeesh Kumar
  28. COVID made me close my shop and open up my heart. Anthony T. Hincks
  29. COVID-19 gave me back my family. Anthony T. Hincks
  30. COVID-19 is a matter of life and death, in the true meaning of the term for all nations, and countering it is the global duty of all. Oscar Auliq-Ice
  31. COVID-19 is something that we will not forget in a hurry in the year 2020 and beyond. Anthony T. Hincks
  32. Covid-19 offers us a great opportunity for individual and collective recession. It is a time to go back to the drawing board and rewrite the next phase of our existence. The upcoming generation has to read about how we fought this pandemic with or without vaccines in order to overcome similar situations during their times. Olawale Daniel
  33. COVID-19 offers us the chance to change who we were and what we stood for. It would be a shame to miss this opportunity for a second chance. Anthony T’ Hincks
  34. COVID-19, are you going to be naughty or nice to me? Steven Magee
  35. Create a world of love. A world where we are kind to each other. A world we don’t judge those at the food bank because that may be us if things were just slightly different. Let love and kindness be our roadmap. Johnny Corn
  36. Crisis either causes regress or progress depending on the will of the people. Abhijit Naskar
  37. Customer behaviour is seeing changes across the hospitality industry with hygiene, safety standards, and minimal-touch SOPs soon to become the norm. Rohit Kapoor
  38. Cybersecurity holds the key as 95 percent of the IT industry workforce had to work from home during this unprecedented time. Ajay Sawhney
  39. Darkness and confusion have characterized much of the past month, and certainly define the experience of being sick with coronavirus — I can tell you that firsthand. Let’s not let misinformation and isolation define how we heal. Fiona Lowenstein
  40. Death too is just a number. In these Covid Times, a score. Times when you become numb. De sensitized. Having seen so much. Another death fails to move or have any impact. It is just a number. Anup Kochhar
  41. Due to the battle of ‘Who is the Supreme Power?’ among all the nations, I had closed all your national borders in the name of coronavirus inorder to achieve your inner peace. P.S. Jagadeesh Kumar
  42. During COVID-19 I was using my car so infrequently that I had to charge the battery every month to prevent it from going flat. Steven Magee
  43. During lockdown, we are surely locked but not down. Stay inspired. Dr. Prem Jagyasi
  44. Encouraging telemedicine to ensure there are no heavy crowds in the hospitals leading to the transmission of any virus to a large gathering is important. MS Kanwar
  45. Even the tiniest chunk of code, like Coronavirus (COVID-19), may cause a major disruptive impact on the global operating system, something that was suddenly revealed to the public awareness in early 2020. Alex M. Vikoulov, NOOGENESIS: Computational Biology
  46. Every day our beliefs, happiness and fears reinvent themselves to satisfy our tastes, liking and borrowed/influenced thoughts & fears from other people. Shahenshah Hafeez Khan
  47. Eyeball-to-eyeball evaluation is a critical part of evaluating a company. Sushanto Mitra
  48. Fashion is a modern day virus. Anthony T. Hincks
  49. Fear is one of the most powerful negative emotions with the slowest, lowest, most dense vibratory field there is. Anyone with low vibrational energy can be led through fear. Ivy Gilbert, The Keeper of Clarity
  50. Foot sanitisation isn’t getting as much attention as hand sanitisation now. But we expect this trend to increase in the time to come. Rahul Bajaj
  51. Freedom is Active Feel Free Life. Freedom is Power; we never know how strong and powerful it is until it’s in Quarantine. Srinivas Mishra
  52. Given that the current demand comprises only essential items and coronavirus-related equipment, many organisations have shifted to manufacturing PPEs, masks, sanitisers, and essential grocery items. Vivek Bindra
  53. Given the scenario, OTT provides the relief and tremendous reach that filmmakers and producers need to keep the show running. Aparna Acharekar
  54. God and his word are the reality we need – the Rock under our feet. John Piper
  55. God is not up there – God is right here – in you, in me, in each one of us. Abhijit Naskar
  56. Great love has no one than this, to lay on one’s couch without friends. Jamie Arpin-Ricci
  57. Having an outside-in, user-centric approach towards understanding industry demands is key to seed-in any industry 4.0-led digital transformation. Vivek Saha
  58. Here are so many opportunities and platforms to showcase your music. There has never been a better time to put your sound out to the world.
  59. How did we get from six degrees of separation to six feet? Péter Zilahy
  60. How much uncivilized, illiterate, stupid and foolish the human are, to be an Alien on his own Planet in the name of coronavirus, save Earth. P.S. Jagadeesh Kumar
  61. Human kindness has come out in so many ways. Can’t buy a mask people make it for you. Don’t have food, let me drop some off at your porch. Love is all around you. All you have to do is look! Johnny Corn
  62. Human now exactly look like Aliens on the Earth with those Corona Space Suit, save Nature. P.S. Jagadeesh Kumar
  63. Humanity, Love and Kindness is the class of 2020! Ram Bahadur Ghale
  64. I am looking forward to the day when I can become a virus and live my life peacefully. Amit Abraham
  65. I discovered that I hate working with idiots, especially when I’m working alone at home in isolation. Anthony T Hincks
  66. I don’t know whose side you’re on, But I am here for the people. Who work in grocery stores that glow in the morning. And close down for deep cleaning at night. Jericho Brown
  67. I guess we all have a choice to spend countless words and hours in justifying our feelings about misfortune or stop believing it’s the end of the road. Shahenshah Hafeez Khan
  68. I know it is scary and depressing. BUT next year this will be a story. Maybe a topic of conversation on a first date. When this whole thing is over it will be “do you remember when” and we will get there. This too shall pass. Johnny Corn
  69. I survived COVID-19 and it made me stronger. Anthony T. Hincks
  70. I survived dinner at the covidians. Anthony T. Hincks
  71. I think the world need a hippie right now and I am going to be a tad optimistic. Some advise from the original hippie. Love Thy Neighbor As Yourself. Let’s have that as the new rule in this world reset. Johnny Corn
  72. I want so little: another leather bound, book, a gimlet with a lavender gin, bread, so good when I taste it I can tell you, How it’s made. I’d like us to rethink, what it is to be a nation. I’m in a mood about America Today. Jericho Brown
  73. I’m coronavirus brave. I miss my grandparents, My friends, my teachers, The playground, the fence. But I know we strive all day and night, And together, UNITED, we’ll be all right. Ari Gunzburg
  74. I’m coronavirus brave. I stand tall and proud. With my mask on my face, Staying away from the crowd. Ari Gunzburg
  75. I’ve personally met up with quite a few legless, armless and other badly messed-up folks. There’s a whole lot of mighty serious accident contemplation going on in our hospitals. My observations have taught me that it is much better to think about accidents before they happen than to brood on them afterward. … Personally, I’d rather be late for dinner tonight here than to be on time for breakfast in the next world in the morning. Haste makes waste of a lot of good human material. Irvin
  76. If the world after coronavirus is not going to be a much more greener, much more environmentally friendly and much more vegetarian world, human beings will deserve a much worse virus than coronavirus! Mehmet Murat ildan
  77. If you were not crazy before the COVID-19 pandemic, you may well be afterwards. Steven Magee
  78. In bigger cities, families see how their week just passes by in travelling, going to work, resting, and eating. Maitreyee Gehlot
  79. In Corona Era, children through smart classes are brought back to school. Srinivas Mishra
  80. In every crisis, doubt or confusion, take the higher path – the path of compassion, courage, understanding and love. Amit Ray
  81. In other words, physical evil is a parable, a drama, a signpost pointing to the moral outrage of rebellion against God. John Piper
  82. In times like these, it is important to assess the situation on a day-to-day basis and monitor the threat levels in different locations. Salonie Ganju
  83. In times of global crisis like this, where human lives are in peril due to the exponential spread of the pandemic, each citizen should be morally and socially responsible by observing the laws and policies of any government for the common good of the society. Danny Castillones Sillada
  84. In times of this corona pandemic, people often ask when the world will return to its normal days! Don’t wait for normal days! Assume that abnormal days are normal days! Today’s abnormal normal is now our new normal! The world may not return to its old days; the smart person is the person who adapts to the changing world! All days are normal as long as you adjust yourself to the changes no matter how dramatic these changes are! Mehmet Murat ildan
  85. Inner peace begins the moment you choose not to allow another person or event to control your emotions. Pema Chodron
  86. Internships are a part of the academic curriculum for the students and a stepping stone to their corporate careers. Rohit Munjal
  87. Is COVID-19 selective in its attack? Does it go by race and color? Does it depend on your diet and proteins? Does it hate the really cold places and those with really high humidity & high daily temperatures? Interesting questions when we look at the daily figures. Anthony T Hincks
  88. Isolation brings out the best in me. Anthony T. Hincks
  89. Isolation gave me a whole new perspective on friendship and family. Anthony T. Hincks
  90. Isolation is my COVID-19 insurance policy. Steven Magee
  91. Isolation is survival. Steven Magee
  92. It can do no harm, even if you have a virus in your body because of the increase in energy or strong immune system, This is a message of hope and reassurance for all of us. Srinivas Mishra
  93. It can feel heavy with longing, and heavy with longing, in my mind, is preferable to hollow, which one also feels. If I’m heavy with longing, at least I have some idea of what I want. Robert Pinsky
  94. It is better to get stuck in life than to get stuck in a devilish relationship, the Coronavirus. P.S. Jagadeesh Kumar
  95. It is going to take a long time for people to go out and about like before. Bhavish Aggarwal
  96. It is my sincere wish and hope that the day will come when the protecting arms of Universal Safety will spread out over all industry and reach all the millions of workers who make industry possible. Charles M. Schwab
  97. It is not lost on me that these are hard times. Worse times ahead. BUT there will be a better day. A day of love. A time of peace. A time of new beginnings. Hope. A world better than the spot of bother we are in now. KNOW THAT! We do have a better tomorrow ahead. Johnny Corn
  98. It’s essential to invest in innovation initiatives, upskilling programmes, and the personal development of employees. Yariv Hasar
  99. Just the way security protocols around flying changed fundamentally post 9/11 – we foresee an even more sweeping impact across the travel and hospitality value chain as a result of COVID-19. Deep Kalra
  100. Kelly was a seaman, and his life on the water followed a strict routine, which meant observing all the safety rules that had been written in the blood of less careful men. Tom Clancy
  101. Life has come to a silent pause, The fear of Virus, the slowdown, Disconnecting me from moments, Heart has taken over the mind, Light now shines upon my eyes, Dreams blocked, the roads traversed, The break has broken the barrier, Me pondering, was I living my life? Mukesh Kwatra
  102. Many people in the community are so scared of the Covid19 that they have lost trust in each other. But it is the people’s war against Coronavirus only, not in between themselves. Srinivas Mishra
  103. Misinformation is a virus unto itself. Brianna Keilar
  104. Most diseases show no symptoms from the start. Hate the disease, but not any patients. Srinivas Mishra
  105. No one gets fridge magnets for the travel this summer, because this season we have gone too far. And for all the trips you make inwards, there are no souvenirs and no postcards. Jasleen Kaur Gumber, Ginger and Honey: An unusual free verse poetry collection
  106. Nothing is of greater importance than the conservation of human life. Calvin Coolidge
  107. Now the great waves of plague is Coronavirus. The current epidemic has engulfed the entire world. In the midst of all this, we should give time to our health. Srinivas Mishra
  108. One small virus is enough for me to change the world. P.S. Jagadeesh Kumar
  109. Organisations and individuals are trying their best to adjust to this new normal and the need of the hour is a solution that would help them maintain and build the productivity and efficiency of the physical workplace right in the safety and comfort of their homes. Amit Ramani
  110. Organisations need to speed up their learning, they must propagate new insights quickly through the whole company. Sebastian Mueller
  111. Pandemics are Earth cleansers. Mukesh Kwatra
  112. People are receiving billions and millions of dollar during the COVID-19 pandemic and it is an opportunity to them to take advantage but I realized that people forgot that the COVID-19 pandemic will end soon, and they must be prepare for something more tragic than the COVID-19 pandemic. Werley Nortreus
  113. People that blatantly mishandle a pandemic should not be surprised when they fall victim to it. Steven Magee
  114. Physical pain is God’s trumpet blast to tell us that something is dreadfully wrong in the world. John Piper
  115. Playing the hide and seek, the Corona virus is frequently mutating. In the same human body, reports are sometimes positive and sometimes negative. Srinivas Mishra
  116. Previously a space solely for relaxation and one we would crave for after a hard day’s work, the home is now a workspace, school and recreation-centre, all combined into a single space. Saloni Khosla
  117. Protecting the elderly, keeping them alive is keeping our memories alive in real life; it is to keep our past literally in today’s time! Mehmet Murat ildan
  118. Remember a road never ends, it bends/takes back to the beginning or leads to the bumpy patch at the side, which too most of the times leads somewhere. Shahenshah Hafeez Khan
  119. Remember whatever is happening was not our choice but now we can choose hope and happiness over worries. Shahenshah Hafeez Khan
  120. Rising above fate or unfortunate events makes heroes of ordinary people. This is the chance to be a hero by thinking and working positively. Shahenshah Hafeez Khan
  121. Safety applies with equal force to the individual, to the family, to the employer, to the state, the nation and to international affairs. Safety, in its widest sense, concerns the happiness, contentment and freedom of mankind. William M. Jeffers
  122. Safety work is today recognized as an economic necessity. It is the study of the right way to do things. Robert W. Campbell
  123. Saving lives and reviving livelihoods should be the priorities of society. Srinivas Mishra
  124. Seeing your own country in the darkness does not scare you very much, because knowing that there is light elsewhere makes you comfortable! But it is scary to see the world in the darkness because there is no light wherever you go, you have nowhere to escape! Mehmet Murat ildan
  125. Shallow men believe in luck; wise and strong men in the cause and effect. Ralph Waldo Emerson
  126. Since education has become a business, I had closed all the universities across the globe in the name of coronavirus until further order from you to make it as a service to reach the poorest. P.S. Jagadeesh Kumar
  127. Since there is no medicine and vaccine for corona, just keep social distance, use masks. and the only way is to wash your hands. it has a higher rate of disease resistance than mortality. Srinivas Mishra
  128. SMEs remain the backbone of our economy. Now more than ever before, it has become important for SMEs to assess how to best digitise their businesses. Arvind Ronta
  129. Social media accounts have sprung up dealing exclusively with Covid -19 related art, homemade recreations of famous artworks, which are amusing and trending on social media. Kiran Nadar
  130. Some of the greatest discoveries are occurring during the COVID-19 pandemic. Steven Magee
  131. Some of the things that will become a part of the “new normal” for restaurants would be contactless dining. Ankit Mehrotra
  132. Someone is sitting in the shade today because someone planted a tree a long time ago. Warren Buffett
  133. Stick to a schedule and follow it as if you are working from the office. Working from home often makes you feel as if you have never logged off work. Deven Grover
  134. Technology is moving at a much faster clip than our laws can keep up with. Deborah Hersman
  135. Tending and befriending means businesses which face survival crisis increasingly huddle together, collaborate, and support each other. Samir Sathe
  136. The automobile has brought death, injury and the most inestimable sorrow and deprivation to millions of people. Ralph Nader
  137. The best of our work comes out when you are pushed to the wall. The world is pushed to the wall right now. Madan Gowri
  138. The coronavirus caused countless damages to the world, but it also created some benefits: The world is now a more mysterious, more enigmatic place with all those masked people! As if the faces disappeared, only eyes remained! As if the tongues have disappeared, only the eyes speak telepathically! We, the people of the Earth, became an Alien on Earth! Mehmet Murat ildan
  139. The coronavirus pandemic will show us something embarrassing that we have known for centuries in human history: The dead will be forgotten quickly, and those who live will just start celebrations because they will live only a little longer! Mehmet Murat ildan
  140. The current crisis and its second order effects have reduced the amount of growth capital available for tech companies in India. Anand Prasanna
  141. The danger which is least expected soonest comes to us. Voltaire
  142. The economic crisis is also a more matter of concern, not only the Coronavirus. Srinivas Mishra
  143. The economic waste resulting from carelessness is appalling, but anyone who stops for a moment to consider the sorrow and desolation which is brought into thousands of lives each year by utter thoughtlessness must feel a new resolve to make a habit of “Safety First. W. C. Durant
  144. The fall in expendable earnings of the customers may trigger a surge in demand for repair services. However, this traction commencing post-lockdown will be a result of consumers opting for essential repairs only. Nitin Malhotra
  145. The first wave of COVID-19 infection tends to be mild, it is the second wave that happens several days later that can be fatal. Steven Magee
  146. The future is now our past, but the past doesn’t have to be our future. Richie Norton
  147. The future of the safety movement is not so much dependent upon the invention of safety devices as on the improvement of methods of educating people to the ideal of caution and safety. Walter Dill Scott
  148. The global Corona conflict has rammed people into trenches. Invisible, lethal, viral weapons have replaced visible whistling bullets and thunderous bombs. As we don’t know who is calling the shots, it is difficult to tell how we can call a truce with imperceptible enemies. Erik Pevernagie
  149. The holy trinity of tackling a crisis is unity, faith and sacrifice. We must stay united as humans above all else, we must have faith in ourselves and in each other and we must sacrifice our self-obsession. Abhijit Naskar
  150. The liar is in hospital with COVID-19. Steven Magee
  151. The lockdown has been a long haul, in the battle against Coronavirus. Srinivas Mishra
  152. The lockdown has not only affected internal assessments of the preschool, but it has changed the whole backend operations too. Preeti Kwatra
  153. The most common human affliction is that we create our own jail cells and then forget where we put the key. We become like robots, unyielding in our thinking and settled within the confines of our learned belief system. We become not the free spirit of the universe with endless possibilities that we are, but the followers of man, led like sheep to believe and see only what man wants us to see and believe. We can live like this, or we can open our eyes, remember who we are, and unlock our cells. Ivy Gilbert
  154. The most important thing that the coronavirus teaches humanity is this: Let’s not exaggerate the level that our civilization has reached! It is a great arrogance to see ourselves so great! And here is a little virus reminded us of this! Mehmet Murat ildan
  155. The most important thing to do would be to have a conversation with your customers to evaluate the impact something like this would have had on them. Abhai Singh
  156. The normal rules of engagement at the cafés have changed literally overnight with contactless delivery now a fundamental requirement. Rajat Agrawal
  157. The pandemic has prompted large numbers of social sector actors at the grassroots and state/national levels to come together and embrace “the power of many” a power that can be harnessed to solve numerous other complex social problems faced by India. Pritha Venkatachalam
  158. The pandemic has really hammered down the concept of hygiene and that will make a huge impact. Pritesh Asher
  159. The past is passed, the present is paused and the future will be well played. Srinivas Mishra
  160. The safety of the people shall be the highest law. Marcus Tullius Cicero
  161. The survival and relevance of a business in the post-COVID-19 world will be determined by the flexibility and agility in the decisions they make today. Mihir Kittur
  162. The world has survived different kinds of crises. People have seen world wars and the economic depression, but the human spirit has endured and survived. Swati Rustagi
  164. The world is unstable and feeble with insecurity. We must be its strength offering our soul as stability. Abhijit Naskar
  165. The year that Covid-19 ravaged the world and united us as one. Anthony T. Hincks
  166. There are two main problems right now that trigger anxiety in people – loneliness and the fear of death. Dr. Mohan Isaac
  167. These so-called bleak times are necessary to go through in order to get to a much, much better place. David Lynch
  168. They were willing to work all the time; and when people did their best, ought they not to be able to keep alive? Upton Sinclair
  169. This disease is no joke, to be made light of, but a terrible calamity. John M. Barry
  170. This is a time when people want to hang out with their friends and can’t offline. Karan Chadha
  171. This pandemic is world reset. We have a chance to change the world. Johnny Corn
  172. Those who are resisting quarantine are not advocating for “live free or die”, they are advocating “I must have my freedom even if it means harming others. Abhijit Naskar
  173. Those who keep on criticizing the efforts of their government to contain the virus, who contribute nothing but their bickering and stupid opinions, should take matters in their own hands by volunteering at the frontlines. Danny Castillones Sillada
  174. To ensure that the Indian startup movement and its growth trajectory is not derailed, coordinated support from key stakeholders is the need of the hour. Debjani Ghosh
  175. To resonate with consumers, brands need to cater to the growing need for hygiene and holistic well being. Nidhi Sinha
  176. Unlike our politicians and our religions, the current coronavirus pandemic has managed to make us care about the health of even those we hate, especially those we are likely to come across. Mokokoma Mokhonoana
  177. Viral diseases are not as contagious as rumours go viral on media. Fake news is causing more problems for the society. Srinivas Mishra
  178. We are not all in the same boat. We are in the same storm. Some of us are on superyachts. Some of us have just the one oar. Damian Barr
  179. We are on a test, we are on a trial. We suffer, we lose but we don’t see the truth, what wrong have we done that we cannot even see the danger ahead of us, what sin have we committed that we have lost our sight. Meeran W. Malik
  180. We don’t study Nature, Nature studies us! Stop triggering Nature, learn from Corona catastrophe! Somya Kedia
  181. We have a chance to do something extraordinary. As we head out of this pandemic we can change the world. Johnny Corn
  182. We have all lost love ones and dealt with illnesses we never knew existed. But it takes incredibly strong people to be able to stand again and still be able to smile through all their heartbreaking situations. Bravo, I applaud you. Timothy Pina, Bullying Ben: How Benjamin Franklin Overcame Bullying
  183. We have to take care of the cure that will make the problem worse no matter what. Joe Biden
  184. We may never know the answers. And we most certainly will never be told the whole truth. Anthony T. Hincks
  185. We must never forget that the highest appreciation is not to utter words, but to live by them. John F. Kennedy
  186. We need to look at how reusable product choices like cloth pads and menstrual cups can be promoted with information on maintenance of hygiene. Tanya Mahajan
  187. We now have a unique opportunity to use this crisis to do things differently and build back better economies that are more sustainable, resilient and inclusive. Saadia Zahidi
  188. We were fortunate when the COVID-19 pandemic hit that internet shopping had matured. Steven Magee
  189. We will now start seeing some solid innovation. It’s under intense pressure that diamonds are formed. Anisha Singh
  190. What is has proven is no matter what your politics, no matter what your religion, no matter what your job status. We are all brother and sister in the world together. Johnny Corn
  191. What would we do if a plane crashed today and 100 people died? What would we do if it happened again tomorrow? And the next day? We’d ground air traffic. We wouldn’t live with that. It’s been going on every day on our nation’s roadways for the last 40, 50, 60 years. David Teater
  192. What’s normal with COVID-19? Nothing. Anthony T Hincks
  193. When I look outside, I feel nothing, When I look inside, I feel Nothing! Lockdown of Emotions! Somya Kedia
  194. When you are in a startup, you often do not get the time to check what’s working and what’s not; we simply accept the challenges and turn them into an opportunity. Sushil Sharma
  195. With 2020 going the way it’s going many people wouldn’t be surprised if a T-Rex showed up in their suburb. Anthony T Hincks
  196. With competition at its peak and a global pandemic forcing businesses to change the way they function, companies can have an edge by being able to incorporate a customer-driven supply chain system. Rhitiman Majumder
  197. With Covid-19 I believe it’s God’s way of telling us: “Only Humans can Save Humans with Humanity. Somya Kedia
  198. With help of KYC and biometric, it becomes easy to identifying users during rationing food, PPE kits and other essential services. Yasin Patel
  199. Work-from-home will co-exist, but office space will not lose its importance as a strategic tool for corporate culture development and a source of competitive advantage. Shishir
  200. Wuhan in China was where the world, as a whole, believes that this started, but was it? Anthony T. Hincks
  201. You are the greatest hidden treasure. Express and share your true feeling, the heart touching love without ever touching. Srinivas Mishra
  202. You can blindly follow the advice of government, or you can do your own research to understand what is true and what is not. The latter may save your life. Steven Magee
  203. You didn’t peak pre-corona. Your best days are still ahead. Richie Norton
  204. You don’t need 20/20 vision to see that 2020 is a giant caca burrito getting forced down our throats. Stewart Stafford

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