The pandemic started with its epicenter in China in 2019 and has been continuously spreading by then to all over the world; so far, 216 countries and territories have been affected with COVID-19, the U.S. being on the top with cases reaching about 13 million, followed by India, Brazil and then by many European countries such as Russia, Spain, Italy, and others. The COVID-19 cases are reaching the big named countries with a strong dominance in the global market, which has adversely affected the economy globally. The spread of the Coronavirus has led to the worldwide recession, many companies are being bound to take stringent actions of laying of their employees, small businesses are being shut, manufacturing facilities are being put on hold. There has been a disruption in many industries' supply chain due to restrictions in logistics and the closing of manufacturing facilities. Besides, the slowdown in the economy has lowered the spending capability of individuals, and people are saving money for emergencies.