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As COVID-19’s effects on the world’s pandemic-battered cities are becoming clearer, so are the possible responses of architects and urban planners.
In the spring, COVID-19 upended cities around the world, turning them into virtual ghost towns. In New York City, social distancing and quarantining became rules to live by, as public health experts have urged nationwide. Businesses shuttered, subways ceased to run, and the streets lost their customary hustle and bustle.
Amid this, the most disadvantaged urban residents have experienced the effects of the virus with extra force.