Wind Instrument Musicians in the Context of COVID-19. Observations and Recommendations

2021 • Volume 15 • Issue 2

Rolando Morales-Espinosa



COVID-19 has represented a social effort to prevent and anticipate different scenarios for the spread of the SARS-CoV-2 virus, where cultural activities have suffered a decrease in their influx, even being suspended due to the high number of people they present. Musicians have been affected within this context, by the cessation of their activity and the exposure they may suffer to said virus. Especially wind instruments, due to their characteristic execution, are vectors of contagion that can be treated with some special care, preventing infection in the performers, allowing the continuation of musical activity, a vital art in an adverse context.

KEY WORDS: SARS-CoV-2, COVID-19, wind instruments, music.


How to cite this article

MORALES-ESPINOZA, R. Wind instrument musicians in the context of COVID-19. Observations and recommendations. Int. J. Odontostomat., 15(2):325-329, 2021.


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