ANXIETY AND DEPRESSION IN TIMES OF PANDEMIC BY COVID 19
The present study reveals the emotional reactions of anxiety, depression, and their variants to the pandemic, which is why the relationship between anxiety and depression (chi of 75.667 and p <0.05) in times of the COVID-19 pandemic was determined, in addition the factors associated with these variables were identified. We worked with a sample of 619 people from the city of Trujillo-Peru, using a non-probability sampling for convenience. The Goldberg Anxiety and Depression scales were used, with adequate validity and reliability; accompanied by a sociodemographic file. Finding that anxiety is more prevalent than depression, likewise the associated factors are female sex, the age group of young people and adolescents, economic and working conditions.