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Application of Information Technology that Reduced Agriculture Sector Impact due to COVID-19

Muskan Shaikh


The COVID-19 epidemic, as one of the biggest health emergencies in the last decades, has disruptive impacts in all spheres of mortal life, including social, environmental, mental, and political ones. Nonetheless, the most oppressively affected was and still is the moneymaking sector of countries across the world. One of the major pillars of global husbandry is the agrarian sector due to its significance in assuring continuance in food inventory and at the same time developing operatingbusiness models acquainted on sustainability. For achieving these purposes, operating business models had to suffer serious reinventions frequently, supported by digital technologies. In this study, the impact of COVID-19 on the operating extent in husbandry is researched to gather perception on digital technology executions, as reported in scientific publications regarding husbandry and its subsectors. This exploration aims to produce an abstract and theoretical frame for probing the influence of COVID-19 pandemic and technology-related changes that had to be done in the agrarian sector due to its impact.


COVID-19, health emergencies, information technology, farmers, food system, digital technology

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