Economists have so far understood that the countries have not worked on the health systems to better extent. However, this is not the case. There is an immediate need for economic analysis. AIDS is prevailing in a wide range of countries while Ebola virus is prevailing in under developed or developing countries (Sanders, 2016). There are other viruses such as flu and Zika that have been affecting the economies, too. Hence, it is evident that the economists should work better in the allocation of funds for health system, education, employment, medical infrastructure and technologies.
It has been observed that schools and other companies have shut down for longer period in countries such as Africa. This implies loss of business, lack of educational support to children, no educational attainment and poor psychological immunity. Altogether, victims are prone to death or psychological issues that discourage them and rather prevent them from work or education or day to day works. Their involvements towards growth are lesser. As a result, economists will have to study the GDP, current economic status of countries, ways by which external funding can be arranged to the affected countries and statistical study of technologies and health systems. Based on the analysis, the demand supply gap can be controlled and it is also easier to estimate the outbreak and prepare for emergencies.