COVID-19 has been a matter of discussion ever since it was observed in China for the first time. Starting off as a temporary disease for a particular area, the corona virus disease has now taken over countries by its destructive power and has decelerated the motion of this world. Although it seemed initially that the epidemic situation in China might come to be controlled over time, the deadly disease has taken over more countries and has almost shut down many parts of the world. The unawareness off people all around has been the biggest trigger for the infectious disease which has further led it to a larger scale. People are bound to stay and work from home. Students are attending their classes from indoors and missing out on proper educational facilities. If it would have been possible to understand its extremity initially, proper steps could have helped confine people to the place of generation and work out the consequences as observed. But the situation rather took a drastic turn and movement of people from the place of outbreak has caused the virus to spread out to the countries of movement and thus disabled the welfare of the world. While the epicenter of the virus seemed to have almost overcome the disease, it again fell prey to the virus in a few days. Other than that, the countries affected afterwards are facing much more severe consequences and falling short of the essentials to fight the virus. The virus has affected the educational sectors, economic sectors, industrial sectors, employment sectors as well as entertainment sectors in every country it reached. Some countries are rising to recovery whereas some are declining at a higher rate. There is no known end yet to its outcomes. The gradual conversion from an epidemic to a pandemic in a sense has changed the literal meaning of “normal” globally.