With flights around the world banned, many people find themselves stuck. Reasons for this includes the following: 1) Travelers for tourism and treatment whose return trips have been canceled. 2) Students traveling to study and their studies stopped. 3) Those whose employment contracts were canceled. The circumstances of these people vary, as many of them cannot afford the costs of return trips - if available - and their countries do not provide them with evacuation flights.
International charities (such as the International Red Cross) can help those stranded, to whom conditions of evacuation and exchange of war casualties can be applied. In doing so, the international community has done its duty to assist those suffering from these emergency social conditions.
The idea is to help those affected by international epidemic or emergency situations as quick as possible through the following procedures: 1) Creating international websites to list those affected (who should attach supporting documents). 2) Create international donation accounts (e.g. from businessmen) to cover costs of those who deserve assistance. 3) Establishing appropriate legal systems for international community to help those affected, especially those without assistance from country.