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International Journal of Neutrosophic Science
Volume 18 , Issue 3, PP: 218-226 , 2022 | Cite this article as | XML | Html |PDF

Title

Neutrsophic Health Analysis in Times of COVID-19

Authors Names :   Marcelo Viteri Villa   1 *     Lester Wong Vázquez   2     Roberto Zúñiga Viteri   3  

1  Affiliation :  Regional Autonomous University of the Andes (UNIANDES), Ambato, Ecuador

    Email :  ua.marceloviteri@uniandes.edu.ec


2  Affiliation :  Regional Autonomous University of the Andes (UNIANDES), Ambato, Ecuador

    Email :  ua.lesterwong@uniandes.edu.ec


3  Affiliation :  Regional Autonomous University of the Andes (UNIANDES), Ambato, Ecuador

    Email :  ma.robertoczv21@uniandes.edu.ec



Doi   :   https://doi.org/10.54216/IJNS.1803019

Received: February 23, 2022 Accepted: May 05, 2022

Abstract :

The current COVID-19 pandemic represents a danger for which efforts have been joined to find an effective treatment. This pandemic has evolved so quickly that new data emerge daily on the number of sick and fatal cases. As of September 2021, more than 180 countries with positive COVID-19 cases have been notified to the World Health Organization, including 228,807,631 confirmed cases, including 4,697,099 deaths. So far, the Americas region is the most affected with a total of 88,207,746 confirmed cases, and during this period, Ecuador has reported 246 new infections on average each day, for a total of 507,003 infections and 32,661 deaths. To date, dissimilar methods and treatments have been used to mitigate its effects. However, no effective treatment option has been found against it, generating uncertainty, social panic, and impacts on the population's mental health as a result of the fear of infection and death. That is why the present work focuses on analyzing and determining the alternatives for the control of detection of the pandemic, through the processing of the neutrosophic TOPSIS method. It offers many benefits in the analysis of neutralities to the study of indeterminacies in the field of Medicine. The processing using neutrosophic methods allowed obtaining the best alternative to fight against COVID-19.

Keywords :

population; neutrosophic TOPSIS; COVID-19

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Cite this Article as :
Marcelo Viteri Villa , Lester Wong Vázquez , Roberto Zúñiga Viteri, Neutrsophic Health Analysis in Times of COVID-19, International Journal of Neutrosophic Science, Vol. 18 , No. 3 , (2022) : 218-226 (Doi   :  https://doi.org/10.54216/IJNS.1803019)