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Since COVID-19 was first recorded in Wuhan, the world’s cities have so far lain at the epicenter of the pandemic. Many hotspots have been associated with urban areas where the most disadvantaged people live in the highest densities, with limited access to open space or quality housing. This has led some people to question whether cities themselves are to blame for the devastating impact of the virus.

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