Cities are at centre of coronavirus pandemic : understanding this can help build a sustainable, equal future. / Simon, David.

In: The Conversation, 23.04.2020.

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title = "Cities are at centre of coronavirus pandemic: understanding this can help build a sustainable, equal future",
abstract = "From its origin in Wuhan, China, COVID-19 has spread to become a predominantly urban-focused pandemic. Although much data on the pandemic is still unavailable, it is clear that urban areas have been at the epicentre.We can seize this opportunity to improve how we build, organise and use cities. To do this, though, we need to look more closely at the urban spread of coronavirus to understand its impact on existing inequalities. We can also learn lessons from the past impact of epidemics on the most vulnerable urban populations.",
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