Abstract: Human beings are inherently social, not solitary, creatures. Touch is their language of comfort and communication in their social structures - this crisis that we are living through puts them in a vacuum, plagues them mentally and survives on pathological and psychologically induced fear. It has been proved that when people’s actual or achieved social contact falls below their desired level they begin to feel lonely thus degrading mental and physical health through disruption of recuperative behaviour. As governments tackle this virus beyond borders an innate danger is being exposed to people thus increasing suicidal tendencies, antisocial behaviour, aloof and depressive performances as the body fights physically and mind bears the impact mentally beyond repair. The question is how to curtail a phenomena that leaves both mind and matter at war?