Along with Twenty-First Century knowledge and growing experience in the context of technology, which is the transformation of science into practice, humanity has entered the new world order in great curiosity and hope in today’s rapidly changing and developing world. Many disasters in the past (earthquakes, absence, unemployment) are a sign of what humanity may experience in the future. When the calendar showed the end of 2019, the Covid-19 outbreak, which was seen all over the world, affected the whole world in 2020. Despite the many experiences that humanity experienced in the past and the latest technology, this disease cannot be prevented even today. The epidemic that has ravaged the entire world has once again demonstrated the importance of scientific knowledge and the need to share it. Although some believe that the epidemic only enters the field of Health, Society is affected as much as possible by many economic, political and psychological factors in this process. In addition, the socio-economic effects caused by the epidemic are also of interest to the Social Sciences.