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Definition and explanation of common good.
Critique about the global issue.
Proposed ways to address the challenge.
The distributive principles of common good indicate that members of a community have a relational obligation to answer the sectional interests of every people through social facilitates. According to the “common interest” principle, social institutions are assessed from the platform of equal citizenship which ensures equality and opportunity for every people. The current study will conduct a critique of a global issue where the shared responsibilities for common good is not realised and will propose some ways to address these challenges.
One of the most concerning and significant problem that are people facing globally is the Covid-19 pandemic. Though people all over the world are aware about the virus, there is a lack of understanding and encouragement to follow the health protocol or guidelines provided by different national and international bodies. The main issue is, in spite of several restrictions and health strategies suggested such as social distancing, wearing mask, sanitizing hands and others, there are several risk takers that are not following the guidance’s which is leading to more and more infection (Sakzewski, 2020). The current study will propose the strategies and methods that will help addressing the challenge in the professional community.
Obeying the protocol and maintaining the same for preventing Coronavirus infection is the most effective way to deal with this pandemic situation. As per the World Health Organisation (WHO), people are required to maintain at least 1 meter distance between themselves and others, need to wear masks so that even if they are not showing any symptom, they may be affected and may affect the other people too and frequently sanitising hands for personal safety and safety for others (World Health Organization, 2020). However, there is a casual attitude observed among the people regarding social distancing. As there are no other ways to prevent or cure the infection such as vaccination, it is a responsibility of the common people to maintain social distancing and other primitive measures. It is a shared responsibility of people in the healthcare profession for the common good.
Through the principles of common good everyone in the community is provided dignified and respected environment where they can use their full potential and flourish. However, the risk takers are likely to step out o their home without any emergency and have no regard for rules and regulations and about other people’s lives. Therefore, the study will discuss some measures that can be adopted to address the issue mentioned.
Healthcare professionals are required to raise the concern locally and globally to prevent the spread of infection and encouraging maintaining the standard protocol of socialising.
Application to the local professional community
Application to the Global professional community
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