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Cities reboot: Urban life in the age of COVID-19

Almost every aspect of our lives have had to change during COVID-19. Image: REUTERS/Manaure Quintero

Zoe Tabary

Journalist, Thomson Reuters Foundation

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Teacher Maura Silv created a Image: REUTERS/Pilar Olivares
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COVID-19 is exacerbating divides both socially and economically. Image: WRI Ross Center For Sustainable Cities
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'Wine windows' have reopened to serve wine, gelato and others to prevent the spread of coronavirus. Image: REUTERS/The Yomiuri Shimbun
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Families have had to learn to live with each other during COVID-19. Image: Long reads
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1.8 billion people are homeless or in inadequate housing. Image: United Nations
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In 17 U.S.cities, landlords have field for more than 60,000 evictions during the pandemic. Image: United Nations
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An abandoned cottage is seen in the mountainous Racha-Lechkhumi region of Georgia. Image: Lekso Charkviani
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A new design for a public market by Dutch design firm Shift architecture urbanism. Image: Shift architecture urbanism
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The workplace has completely changed since COVID-19 Image: Longreads
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Parents now have to manage the work and life balance now they are working from home. Image: REUTERS/Lindsey Wasson
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Almost 4 in 5 CEOs expect COVID-19 to entrench remote working Image: PwC
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A number of tools are used to monitor an employees working routine. Image: PwC
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Even how we spend our time outside has had to change due to COVID-19. Image: Longreads
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A woman sits outside Cafe Du Soleil under bubble tents following the outbreak of the coronavirus Image: REUTERS/Jeenah Moon
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Bangkok have opened a park built on an abandoned elevated train track. Image: Thomson Reuters Foundation/Rina Chandran
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How systemic racism can affect green spaces in cities. Image: Landscape and Urban Planning Journal
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People now need to obey social distancing measures when using transport Image: Longreads
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Incentives to get citizens to start re-using public transport Image: Longreads
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Millions of people picked up cycling amidst COVID-19. Image: REUTERS/Toby Melville
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Socialising has changed dramatically amidst COVID-19 Image: Longreads
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The first drive-in movie theatre for people to enjoy movies while keeping social distancing Image: REUTERS/Athit Perawongmetha
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The Virtual Online Museum of Art (VOMA), the world’s first fully interactive virtual museum, Image: VOMA
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