Covid 19

Última evidencia

  • Diego Herrera Saludesa
  • David Gaus Andean Health and Develoment
Palabras clave: covid 19, coronavirus, pandemia

Resumen

Ante la gran expectativa mundial por la nueva epidemia de coronavirus, la revista Práctica Familiar Rural pone a disposición ha estudiantes y profesionales de la salud, y de la sociedad en general, una lectura crítica de la evidencia actualizada sobre la nueva epidemia.

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Diego Herrera, Saludesa

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David Gaus, Andean Health and Develoment

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2020-07-31