The enormous amount of data that is currently generated makes its analysis, interpretation and response essential, not only in the world of education, scientific research, public statistics and business, but in all areas of life, with the benefits that This entails for the progress, health and well-being of the society in general. In this sense, this round table aims to answer the question: how has Statistics contributed to the diagnosis, prevention, protection, surveillance, treatment or management of the COVID-19 pandemic?


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