A pandemic not to forget
The Coronavirus pandemic has been installed in our country and in the world with force, causing an unprecedented impact. Many have even named it one of the great plagues of humanity, assimilating it to great infectious diseases of extremely high lethality, such as the Black Death and the Spanish influenza among others.
An event of such proportions undoubtedly profoundly disrupts all aspects of social and personal life. This is how we have seen changes at the economic level, in personal and educational freedoms, and in the first line, at the health level.
Health personnel, as they are trained to do, have quickly and practically completely dealt with the management of the health emergency, focusing most of the resources on containing, diagnosing and managing those infected. However, and as the weeks go by, a series of new difficulties begin to emerge, the effect of this crisis, on existing health problems.