In recent months, with the emergence of coronavirus in various countries, the world is facing a new crisis. The widespread and rapid outbreak, and the high mortality rate initially challenged the health care system in all communities and put severe pressure on them, while its negative effects on the economy rapidly accelerated. Poverty, bankruptcy, huge financial losses, economic recession, and, most of all, a sharp rise in unemployment were among the immediate economic impacts of the crisis. The entanglement of issues in all areas of society will lead to the expansion of economic damage to other areas of society, culture, and politics. With this explanation, adopting a descriptive-analytical method, the present article seeks to identify the resilience of Iranian society in the face of the prevalence of COVID-19 as an acute natural disaster with economic and social consequences. This is followed by posing this question that what components enhance society's ability to cope with the critical conditions caused by the prevalence of COVID-19 and enable its resistance. It is assumed that the effects and consequences of the widespread outbreak of COVID-19 have a very high potential to become acute and, in other words, securitize the issue. By securitization, an acute situation is meant in which the action of the security authority in taking emergency measures to maintain survival and eliminate the threat is justified.
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