Starting from the assumption that “health is the primary good" and although the humanitarian character of the epidemic remains the most urgent aspect to be treated, unfortunately it is not the only one. As acknowledged by the World Health Organization on 11 March, the COVID-19 epidemic has become a worldwide pandemic. The response to the emergency connected with the spread of the virus, to limit its negative impact on the economic system, must consist in a rapid and targeted intervention. The aim of this paper is to analyse the main aspects of Covid 19 from the point of view of health, constitutional and statistical, highlighting the evolution of the phenomenon and its territorial diffusion, with reference to the spread of the virus in Italy.

COVID 19: HEALTH, STATISTICAL AND CONSTITUTIONAL ASPECTS

perchinunno paola
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perchinunno Francesco;stucci stefania luigia
2020

Abstract

Starting from the assumption that “health is the primary good" and although the humanitarian character of the epidemic remains the most urgent aspect to be treated, unfortunately it is not the only one. As acknowledged by the World Health Organization on 11 March, the COVID-19 epidemic has become a worldwide pandemic. The response to the emergency connected with the spread of the virus, to limit its negative impact on the economic system, must consist in a rapid and targeted intervention. The aim of this paper is to analyse the main aspects of Covid 19 from the point of view of health, constitutional and statistical, highlighting the evolution of the phenomenon and its territorial diffusion, with reference to the spread of the virus in Italy.
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