Radio Sputnik - Changing city density is not necessarily going to have positive benefits on public health

  • Deepti Adlakha (Advisor)

Activity: Talk or presentation typesInvited talk


The number of coronavirus cases in the US has passed 4.3 million, accounting for over one-quarter of all confirmed Covid-19 infections around the world. While badly hit countries like China, Italy and the UK have managed to significantly reduce infection rates in recent months, the top public health official in the US warned that America is “still knee-deep in the first wave” of the pandemic, with cities continuing to be hotspots for infection. But does this simply mean it is more dangerous to live within cities during a pandemic?
Period27 Jul 2020
Held atRadio Sputnik, United Kingdom
Degree of RecognitionInternational