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Health Services [UU350]|Human Health and Biology (General) [VV000]|Prion, Viral, Bacterial and Fungal Pathogens of Humans [VV210]|adverse effects|community action|effects|epidemiology|government|health care|health services|hospitals|human diseases|intensive care units|pandemics|public health|viral diseases|man|Severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2|Homo|Hominidae|primates|mammals|vertebrates|Chordata|animals|eukaryotes|Severe acute respiratory syndrome-related coronavirus|Betacoronavirus|Coronavirinae|Coronaviridae|Nidovirales|positive-sense ssRNA Viruses|ssRNA Viruses|RNA Viruses|viruses|adverse reactions|SARS-CoV-2|viral infections ; 2020(Revista de la Universidad Industrial de Santander)
Article in Spanish | WHO COVID | ID: covidwho-1574592


Introduction: the COVID-19 pandemic reached Santander on March 17, 2020. The first cases were imported and related, keeping a low occurrence in general, until the end of May. Since then the cases increased rapidly, consequence of the occupational flexibilization of mid-May and the lack of confinement since June 1. The objective of the study is to provide supplies to decision-makers to improve the response to the pandemic. Materials and methods: An analysis of the behavior of the COVID-19 pandemic in Santander was carried out, using data from official records and analysis of side effects from the public health perspective and a One Health approach.