I hope you are doing well.
During these tough situations around the world wherein, every nation is combating with the COVID-19 Pandemic to overcome this deadly virus so that we could get back to the normal routine. This is the time when everyone’s livelihood has become quite challenging to manage household things and the business as this virus is sweeping away relief, smiles, and happiness from our lives.
The coronavirus pandemic is impacting everyone and our thoughts are with those affected by the virus, particularly those who are sick. We wish them a speedy recovery, and we remain truly inspired by our healthcare workers and others who are caring for people around the world.
At The Constructor, our priority is the safety of our personnel, partners and the community. We are diligently working to implement the recommendations issued by the World Health Organization (WHO), the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and relevant local authorities and are incorporating these guidelines into our decision-making process.
We Are Safe
All our editors and authors are working from home and trying to update you with various articles related to construction and civil engineering so that during these hard times you can continue your reading habits and gain knowledge. We are doing our best to keep you engaged with civil engineering so that you can continue to feel kind of relief, happiness, and smile on your face as things were normal.
How to Be Safe?
As we know each nation is doing their best by conducting various preventive measures to keep their citizens’ life’s safe and secure by doing a nationwide lockdown, instructing to use hand sanitizer and washing your hands frequently (preferably after every 20 min’s) and the most important to maintain social distancing and doing home quarantine.
Remind everyone in your household of the importance of practicing everyday preventive actions that can help prevent the spread of respiratory illnesses:
- Avoid close contact with people who are sick.
- Stay home when you are sick, except to get medical care.
- Cover your coughs and sneezes with a tissue.
- Clean frequently touched surfaces and objects daily (e.g., tables, countertops, light switches, doorknobs, and cabinet handles) using a regular household detergent and water.
- Maintain social distancing even at home.
During this toughest time, we need to be safe and keep ourselves busy in doing things we love. So, utilize your time to the best being at home and keep learning new things through theconstructor.org or from other websites and youtube. Do something which you always wanted to do but could not do due to lack of time.
HOW CAN YOU CONTRIBUTE?
We know this is the toughest time of life for everyone, and many businesses shut down due to lockdown has affected each and everyone around the world. This pandemic has also affected theconstructor.org, and the revenue has dropped to the lowest possible level. I fear that any further extension of this pandemic would make your beloved civil engineering portal to suspend writing activity which will impact reaching millions of our readers. We try hard to keep you updated with various articles on construction to make you feel happy and bring a smile to your face along with some knowledge.
So, during this hard time, you can donate some amount as per your capacity to your local governments, local authorities as well as many groups who are on ground to serve the needy people affected by this pandemic. You can also consider donating as per your capacity to theconstructor.org so that we can keep helping you tirelessly and effectively during the toughest time of our lifetime.
Stay Home, Stay Safe.
Gopal Kumar Mishra