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Are you more likely to get coronavirus in a dense city? It depends on what you mean by ‘dense’

14 May 2020

The debate over whether coronavirus spreads faster in dense cities misses a key point.

The coronavirus pandemic has left many people questioning the relationship between urban density and healthy cities. After all, physical distancing has been the most common measure to contain the spread of the virus. But this doesn’t mean higher-density cities are necessarily more vulnerable and lower-density cities more resilient to the pandemic.

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