Public policies and housing vulnerabilities in face of the COVID-19 pandemic

Historically, there is a certain recurrence of periods when certain diseases globally worsen.
Even with the advancement of science, control over the governability of facts, difficulties in decision-making and the sluggishness of governmental political actions can be observed. It is necessary to identify the causes and the cure simultaneously. The pandemic of housing prevention of the population Corona Virus – COVID1dus a situation of more health problems and less vulnerability9, in which the countries with more health problems and less developed health, where the situation of more health problems and sanitation worsened. basic.
There is a need for greater, better management and implementation of public and sectoral policies, services and urban infrastructure through plans, projects and programs to promote well-being and quality of life. This exploratory qualitative research researches aspects of public policies, social vulnerabilities in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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