As coronavirus cases are increasing, so have the number of companies asking their employees to stay at home.
As travellers cancel flights and stocks fall, a global health pandemic now has become a global economic crisis.
In any health pandemic, our first concern is with the health of those affected.
COVID-19 has brought about many more deaths worldwide and more and more cases are being confirmed daily in countries all over the world.
But unfortunately, the economic impacts also have dramatic effects on the wellbeing of families and communities.
Although traditional forms of tutoring, including face-to-face lessons and residential placements, remain as popular as ever, online tuition has also been gaining traction over the last few years.
With a distinct rise in online tuition websites, many tutors have begun to work exclusively online and some schools have even started offering online programmes.
As the world comes together to solve this coronavirus pandemic, the demand for online tuition has also become more and more in demand.
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