Problemas de salud mental en la sociedad: un acercamiento desde el impacto del COVID 19 y de la cuarentena
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Caballero-Domínguez, C. C., & Campo-Arias, A. (2020). Problemas de salud mental en la sociedad: un acercamiento desde el impacto del COVID 19 y de la cuarentena. Duazary, 17(3), 1 - 3. https://doi.org/10.21676/2389783X.3467

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La sociedad mundial vive una experiencia sin precedente, que moviliza todas las estructuras gubernamentales, sanitarias y sociales. Desde diciembre de 2019 a 15 de abril de 2020, la pandemia de coronavirus (COVID-19) se ha propagado a 213 países, con 1.848.439 casos confirmados en el contexto mundial y 676.162 en América Latina. En lo transcurrido del 6 de marzo hasta 15 de abril, en Colombia se informaron 3.105 casos y 131 muertes1.

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salud mental, COVID 19, cuarentena
https://doi.org/10.21676/2389783X.3467
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