March 8th is International Women’s Day, and it is a day that is set up every year to celebrate the important contributions and achievements made by women in the economic, political, and social fields. Men have battled and led us through the world’s most defining crisis in history.
With the pandemic, all of that changed. Female involvement in the pandemic outbreak has been significant around the world, and the vast number of women fighting on the front line of the epidemic made this year’s Women’s day extraordinary.
To all mothers
They are guiding their children into self-isolation at home, and they are also responsible for their cognitive and psychosocial well-being. They’re finding out what it means to work from home, and many are doing so while homeschooling their children. From sewing masks to developing social collaborative networks, women laid the groundwork for compassion during the pandemic.
To all the healthcare workers
Because of the pandemic, they all wear masks, and you won’t be able to see their face. Wearing masks, goggles, protective equipment, and so on every day, forehead, nose, cheeks, behind the ears covered with blisters and strangulation marks.
To all female police officers
The contribution of the female police officers during the pandemic should not be underestimated. They may be at the service window or on the street to keep people safe during protests. Facing the epidemic, they are police officers, but they are also wives, daughters, and mothers.
To all women in general
The whole country is working together to fight the pandemic to keep it under control and people’s lives are gradually back to normal. Please wish yourself a happy March 8th Women’s History Month and be thankful that you, in the coming severe situation of the epidemic, do self-isolation and self-discipline, not to add to the society and increase the burden.