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The Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Retrenchment, Vaccinations, and Global Happiness

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posted on 2023-10-17, 03:42 authored by Wei Shen, Jackson Ng, Jullisha Sasikumar, Yok Hung Wong, Osama Rasheed Khan, Vivian Zhi Hui Ng, Sahar Dakhil Duair Al-Sudani, Huaqun GuoHuaqun Guo, Zhiyuan Zhang, Zhengkui WangZhengkui Wang

COVID-19's impacts have spread widely in all directions such as economy, people’s lifestyles and well-being. Though existing studies have highlighted such an impact, it remains unclear how the current COVID-19 situation has affected the retrenchment, vaccination and global happiness. In this paper, we present an automated tool enables the public to view various insight. In particular, we integrate and analyze the data from various data sources and show how the COVID19 has impacted Singapore and globally. We employ the regression models to identify the correlation between Human Development Index, Stringency Index, Gross Domestic Product per Capita, Total Deaths from COVID-19, and Total Cases of COVID-19; the rate of vaccination and vaccine hesitancy; and the factors to positively correlate to the global happiness. The insight provided adds values to better fight against the COVID-19 pandemic and future global crisis.

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2023 15th International Conference on Developments in eSystems Engineering (DeSE)

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2023-01

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Ng Wei Shen, Jackson, Jullisha Sasikumar, Wong Yok Hung, Osama Rasheed Khan, Vivian Ng Zhi Hui, Sahar Al-Sudani, Huaqun Guo, Zhiyuan Zhang, Zhengkui Wang, "The Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Retrenchment, Vaccinations, and Global Happiness," 2023 15th International Conference on Developments in eSystems Engineering (DeSE), Baghdad & Anbar, Iraq, 2023, pp. 280-286, doi: 10.1109/DeSE58274.2023.10100157.

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