Volume 4, Issue 11
Frequency: 12 Issue per year
Paper Submission: Throughout the Month
Acceptance Notification: Within 2 days
Areas Covered: Multidisciplinary
Accepted Language: Multiple Languages
Journal Type: Online (e-Journal)
Abstract-Numerous studies indicate that a number of critical factors contribute to individual and collective belief in health-related misinformation.One of the most significant is low health literacy, and the extraordinary scope and scale of the current COVID-19 "misinfodemic" represent an acute challenge to all spheres of healthy living in this regard. Commonly, health literacy was conceptualised as knowledge, a set of skills, or a hierarchy of wellness-related functions. This article covers the following topics: Development of health literacy acceptance, justification of health literacy for boostingimmunity and health consumers, and rebuilding of global health awareness.Health literacy should be purposefully developed as a population resource and community asset. We hope that the findings of this article will increase awareness of global health and inspire future research in this field.
KEYWORDS: Pandemic, Health, Health literacy, and Wellness.