Evolución del número de casos de COVID19 identificados en España entre el 20 Feb – 27 Abril 2020 D. Fdez-Sevilla PhD

Evolución del número de casos de COVID19 identificados en España entre el 20 Feb – 27 Abril 2020 D. Fdez-Sevilla PhD

Actualizado 27 Abril 2020
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Estos son los datos en gráficas de la evolución del numero de casos de COVID19 identificados en España entre el 20 Feb – 26 Abril 2020. He realizado la composición gráfica basada en la notificación diaria de casos agregados de COVID-19 al Ministerio de Sanidad.

Actualización 27 Abril 2020

Los artículos que he escrito con anterioridad relacionados con su uso e interpretación como parte de la estrategia de contención y control gestionando recursos humanos se pueden encontrar en los enlaces siguientes:

“El entorno en el que suceden las cosas lo creamos nosotros al modificarlo con nuestra presencia. La manera de controlar el impacto que sufrimos en nuestra salud derivado de las amenazas que surgen en el tiempo están relacionadas con la manera en la que modificamos el entorno. D. Fdez-Sevilla PhD.”

Parece que resulta difícil explicar algo sencillo con el calendario de desescalada. El calendario no lo marca el cuando sino el qué. Según los datos cumplan unos objetivos éstos deberían marcar el cuando y el donde se aplican medidas acordes. Igual que con un futbolista lesionado.


23 March 2020 “Coronavirus COVID19, Man, Weather and Climate (By Diego Fdez-Sevilla PhD)” Registered in pdf with DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.2.24007.44960 Project: Filling In/Finding Out Gaps Around in Environmental Sciences. Diego Fdez-Sevilla

April 22, 2020 COVID19 Containment Strategies. The Summation effect of Contagion Rate Curves and Exposure to Population Viral Load (D. Fdez-Sevilla PhD) Registered DOI:10.13140/RG.2.2.13948.49288

Comunidad Hispano-hablante:

20 March 2020 CoronaVirus COV19 y la Persistencia de Contaminación y Transmisión por Contacto con Superficies. No te conviertas en un problema. Registered  DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.2.27317.01762 Project: Filling In/Finding Out Gaps Around in Environmental Sciences. Diego Fdez-SevillaDiego Fdez-Sevilla

Estrategias de Contención del COVID19. El Sumatorio de las Curvas de Tasa de Contagio y la Exposición a la Carga Vírica Poblacional (D. Fdez-Sevilla PhD) Registered DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.2.14543.23202

 Evolución Casos COVID19 España 20 Feb-12 Abril 2020 (D. Fdez-Sevilla PhD)

 covid19 españa

Fuente de los Datos: (ISCII) https://covid19.isciii.es/

About Diego Fdez-Sevilla, PhD.

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