Clara Pérez Cárdenas*
Assistant Professor and Researcher, Teaching Polyclinic "Dr. Mario Escalona Reguera", Alamar, East Havana, Havana, Cuba
*Corresponding Author: Clara Pérez Cárdenas, Assistant Professor and Researcher, Teaching Polyclinic "Dr. Mario Escalona Reguera", Alamar, East Havana, Havana, Cuba.
Received: September 21, 2020; Published: October 15, 2020
Introduction: COVID 19 is a pandemic that currently affects 183 countries. So far it has caused threats to people's physical health and lives. Has triggered a variety of psychological problems and the field of assistance and research for psychology professionals.
Objectives: To specify population information on COVID 19, sources of information used and their evaluation; identify emotional reactions as a result of living in real time this pandemic and point out behaviors assumed food achieve the time of oscillation in the house.
Materials and Methods: Qualitative research, developed in the health area of the Teaching Polyclinic Dr. Mario Escalona Reguera, in Alamar, Municipality Habana del Este, during the month of April 2020. The interview (telephone) is used as an information collection tool, doing content analysis of the responses.
Results: It is recognized as lethal disease in the first place and is considered very good television information, basically from MINSAP press conference. Tristeza and irritability are frequent emotional reactions. Family behaviors in contribution to family enjoyment and resume traditional games with minors. It is interesting to value it as learning in life.
Conclusion: The attitude is towards the pandemic are characterized by knowledge about it, expected emotional reactions to the unknown and favorable actions towards the interior of the family. Confidence in health guidelines and government policies could explain the social indiscipline still present in some individuals.
Keywords: Coronavirus Infections/Psychology; Epidemic; Emotions; Behavior
Citation: Clara Pérez Cárdenas. “COVID-19 in Real Time in a Population of Alamar". Acta Scientific Neurology 3.11 (2020): 13-18.
Copyright: © 2020 Clara Pérez Cárdenas. This is an open-access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original author and source are credited.