Globalization has become an end with the 2020 pandemic crisis. While closing the doors to each other, countries try to learn how to afford everything, how to feed themselves. It is proven that although people seem free, they are not. An invisible tiny virus has captured people and put them inside. The living conditions have changed. In this study, it is aimed to determine how the novel “The Plague” by Camus has become real in the 2020 pandemic. Life has changed in an economic dimension, social dimension, and relational dimension. People are inside as prisoners. While considering themselves as free, having realized the reverse of the nature has caused them to get anxious. To recover from the unexpected crisis takes much time. However, it is the one that changes everything. This period is the milestone. The vital one is to take the message. The lesson learned will help people to go on in the future. Being together is important in social events. Taking individual precautions, obeying rules are the reflections like a mirror. It is proven that the 2020 pandemic enslaving people gives a message how helpless a human is. Love and pain are the two aspects that people have during the 2020 pandemic as in the Novel “The Plague” by Camus. Nature reminds humanity to believe itself. Death is always a catastrophe. It is a real end of the living. Like everybody in the war against the plague, anyone who struggles with Covid-19, who challenges death, knows well that the attempts increase their chance to survive. The people who get away from struggling are aware of approaching the opportunity to be attacked by the virus.
Covid-19, Pandemics, Globalization, Plague, Crisis