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The effects of the coronavirus are obvious in every sectors of life. The COVID-19 pandemic has evidently disturbed global and local economies and the ecosystem. The COVID-19 pandemic has greatly interfered with the biotic and abiotic aspects of the environment. Hence the need for this review. This review article analyzed the effects of the COVID-19 on education, environmental ethics and policy, climate change, the physical environment, consumer behavior, the price and level of production of goods and services, disturbances in local and global economies, social gathering, the society, vaccination trends, and the impacts on man and his future generations. Articles search were conducted using, Web of Science, PubMed, Scopus index journals and Google Scholar databases for research articles, review related to COVID19, environment, national development and vaccine measures adopted globally. Vaccination is taking place all over the world, and this may help to curb the spread of the virus. The reduction in emissions have led to improvements in air quality which may be beneficial to the environment. Meanwhile, significant research is provided for the causes of pollution and the sudden stop in various form of economic activities, especially transportation. The implementation of environmental policy, development of research institute, employment opportunities, discovery of vaccine have improved national development.
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