Migrant Workers Impact on Social life of the Gulf Countries During COVID 19
Six GCC countries are the home of the global migrant workers. As at present estimated that about 56 million population of collectively of GCC among 30 million populations are not nationals.Huge migrants population and amidst the worldwide COVID-19 pandemic, and with the affirmation that the infection is spreading over the Persian Gulf, giving focused on strategies that address the necessities of migrant workers are indispensable. Without fusing the vagrant populace into its pandemic-control methodologies cannot relieve its effect on the regular monetary and social life of GCC natives. Emerge out of migrant workers' low financial status there for the Gulf fights with a large group of hidden wellbeing vulnerabilities. With regards to a national wellbeing crisis, these current imperatives, not just heighten the singular migrants' hidden capacity, the danger of presentation of sickness, they likewise compel policy makers' endeavors to alleviate the spread of disease. Lower-income migrant workers can not live without wages on a daily basis. The Gulf Countries are facing problems as theses countries have to give food, shelter, hygienic environment to workers to prevent COVID 19, On the other hand, lack of knowledge among the poor workers could be a cause to spread pandemic COVID 19 in the Gulf countries. The social orders of the GCC states, might be the most changed as far as their demographic compound and dependence on outside work. This could be an instant for recalibration of dependence on outside laborers. It could also be a moment where ways of life are definitely downshifted as a dynamic buyer base is weakened by labor exits. This paper analysis, which policy in the Gulf countries could prevent the Gulf native from COVID 19 inverse effect on social life. And economical analysis could be done to find out the social effect of COVID 19 on GCC countries.