COVID-19 pandemic emerged as word’s major issue. COVID-19 is the greatest test the world has faced since the end of World War II. It comes at the point that none of the countries on earth are ready to face it nevertheless status of the country neither developed nor poor. COVID-19 is a global health crisis killing people and spreading human suffering across region. This outbreak gave significant impact to all sort of sectors including security. There are winners and losers since the ‘pandora-virus-box’ has opened, the world’s focus has changed to securing health and food industry rather than capitalism economic base. The Covid-19 pandemic has the potential to devastate fragile and conflict affected area such as Palestine, Syria, Yemen, Somalia, Nigeria, Myanmar, Iraq, Afghanistan and many more. These states facing lots of socio-economy problem and have faltering health systems especially to the refugees. Separatists and freedom fighters halt their movement as they also having very tough-time right now. This paper is qualitative in nature, emphasized the best practice used in minimising security threat by COVID-19 impact, using secondary data from library research. The outcome, understanding the impact and threat of COVID-19 to the world’s security was intended to help governments and policy makers to revisit their whole of security related policy and prevent their country from catasthropic made by COVID-19 or any pandemic threat in future.

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