Googling for similar error message show issues with broken numpy installations. You could try running python3 -c "import numpy" on the command line to see if it’s working at all.
Deleting the numpy installation and installing it again may help. It’s a bit tricky because it can be installed for python 2 or 3, or different versions of python 3, or through the package manager or pip.
Yes, I’m the end probably the solution could have been to just install python 3.7 from apt and then install numpy with it, then delete the build,cache and remake it, and everything should have been solved.
But since I didn´t knew the culprit I tried a lot of things, installed different python and numpy versions… etc… I made kind of a mess LOL