This is how coronavirus could reshape our cities forever

Cities could undergo a vast transformation after the pandemic has exposed the weaknesses of modern infrastructure in the face of disease. Image: Unsplash/Andrea Ca

Sophie Davies

Freelance Journalist, Thomson Reuters Foundation


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