Dr. Radhika Kumar, Assistant Professor, Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences, School of Pharmacy
As the pandemic thunderstruck, leaving everyone dumbstruck
Many months of solitude, resulted in a change in attitude
Initially, we were in self-denial but slowly adapted to the “NEW NORMAL”
With families grieving about their loved ones’ passing
But, soon realized that life needs to keep going
Frontline workers served “day-in and day-out”, working tirelessly with “no way out”
With “mask-in” and “mask-out” trending, social life was all about distancing
Technology surged as a wave, online shopping became a rave
And for many, “Work from Home” came to the save
Months of peril and research accelerated the vaccine search
With many being vaccinated now, will Covid-19 now bow?
Will the “NEW NORMAL” ever become “NORMAL”?