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Inclusion, walkability will be key to rebuilding cities after the COVID-19 pandemic

Cities took the brunt of the COVID-19 pandemic. Image:  Gabriella Clare Marino/Unsplash

Kate Choi

Associate Professor, Sociology, Western University

Patrick Denice

Assistant Professor of Sociology, Western University

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The state of San Diego's sidewalks. Image: Science Direct
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