Life with COVID-19

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Title Life with COVID-19
La vida con la COVID-19. Life with COVID-19
 
Creator Rodríguez, Ambar
Duran, Argilio
 
Subject
coronavirus; COVID-19; pandemic; health; Sars-Cov-2.

coronavirus; COVID-19; pandemia; salud; Sars-Cov-2. coronavirus; COVID-19; pandemic; health; Sars-Cov-2.
 
Description The essay aims to explore an initial reflection of the circumstances that we live today, in relation to the changes arising as a result of the Sars-Cov-2 COVID-19 pandemic, whether in the social, economic and cultural spheres, where we have lived moments of fear and uncertainty, due to this global health situation. We have scientific knowledge about many things about COVID-19, however, no one seems to talk about the consequences or disorders that can remain after suffering a pandemic. I am referring to the consequences of confinement, marked by multiple WHO treatment protocols, and the development of vaccines to prevent cases that compromise the lives of those affected. At the same time, we must continue our lives, using the biosecurity measures already known as: masks, hand washing, among others. These measures, in some way, have changed the perception of the world, and we are adapting every day. For all of the above, it is important to create awareness that perhaps more difficult moments will come in the coming years, that everything experienced so far is a teaching for the population and health personnel to face situations, including stopping all the consequences that these moments can lead, making clear that, from any negative situation we can obtain positive things or the phrase that says that every problem can be an opportunity, we must always see something positive and stand firm to continue doing the right and ethical thing for the welfare of humanity.
El ensayo tiene por objetivo explorar una reflexión inicial de las circunstancias que vivimos hoy día, en relación a los cambios surgidos como consecuencia de la pandemia por Sars-Cov-2 COVID-19, ya sea en el ámbito social, económico, cultural, donde hemos vivido momentos de miedo e incertidumbre, por esta situación sanitaria global. Tenemos conocimiento científico acerca de muchas cosas sobre la COVID-19, sin embargo, nadie parece hablar sobre las secuelas o trastornos que pueden quedar luego de sufrir una pandemia. Me refiero a las secuelas del confinamiento, marcado por múltiples protocolos de tratamiento de la OMS, y el desarrollo de vacunas para evitar casos que comprometen la vida de los afectados. Al mismo tiempo, debemos continuar nuestras vidas, utilizando las medidas de bioseguridad ya conocidas como: tapabocas, lavado de manos, entre otras. Estas medidas, de alguna manera, han cambiado la percepción del mundo, y nos estamos adaptando cada día. Por todo lo expuesto, es importante crear conciencia de que tal vez vengan momentos más difíciles en los próximos años, que todo lo vivido hasta ahora sea una enseñanza para la población y el personal sanitario para afrontar situaciones, e incluso frenar todas las consecuencias que estos momentos pueden acarrear, dejando claro que, de toda situación negativa podemos obtener cosas positivas o como dice la frase que todo problema puede ser una oportunidad, debemos ver siempre algo positivo y mantenernos firmes para seguir haciendo lo correcto y ético en bienestar de la humanidad.The essay aims to explore an initial reflection of the circumstances that we live today, in relation to the changes arising as a result of the Sars-Cov-2 COVID-19 pandemic, whether in the social, economic and cultural spheres, where we have lived moments of fear and uncertainty, due to this global health situation. We have scientific knowledge about many things about COVID-19, however, no one seems to talk about the consequences or disorders that can remain after suffering a pandemic. I am referring to the consequences of confinement, marked by multiple WHO treatment protocols, and the development of vaccines to prevent cases that compromise the lives of those affected. At the same time, we must continue our lives, using the biosecurity measures already known as: masks, hand washing, among others. These measures, in some way, have changed the perception of the world, and we are adapting every day. For all of the above, it is important to create awareness that perhaps more difficult moments will come in the coming years, that everything experienced so far is a teaching for the population and health personnel to face situations, including stopping all the consequences that these moments can lead, making clear that, from any negative situation we can obtain positive things or the phrase that says that every problem can be an opportunity, we must always see something positive and stand firm to continue doing the right and ethical thing for the welfare of humanity.
 
Publisher GICOS
 
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Date 2021-09-06
 
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
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Format application/pdf
 
Identifier http://erevistas.saber.ula.ve/index.php/gicos/article/view/17365
 
Source GICOS; Vol. 6, Núm. 3 (2021): Especial 2; 117-122
2610-797X
 
Language spa
 
Relation http://erevistas.saber.ula.ve/index.php/gicos/article/view/17365/21921928541
 
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