Salud Mental

The SARS-COV2 pandemic: Changing the way we live


Francisco Moreno Sánchez


Adaptation to change is the way a species manages to survive the natural phenomena that jeopardize the existence of life. Late 2019 marked the start of a different type of natural disaster that threatened the lives of all human beings who watched what was happening incredulously, forcing them to change.


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