Instead, research shows that living in cities may not be as dangerous as you might think. Last June researchers at Johns Hopkins and the University of Utah found that The incidence was not linked to the prevalence of the disease in U.S. governments after census residents of major cities, economic events, and infrastructure; Instead, inter-governmental communication through such things as travel is critical to the spread of viruses and deaths. A paper published by the IZA Institute of Labor Economics in Germany in July found that although covid-19 tends to appear more recently in mature states, Population growth was not matched by high crime rates and deaths.
In other words, when it comes to coronavirus, quantity cannot be determined. New York City was originally US in full the epidemic is in some ways because it is known to be global, but it also disappears every week fell when security was established. (The case numbers there were also linked to the last fall the hot spot was also remembered and the holidays are coming, and in February as new species spread, although the vaccine has a promise to eliminate them.)
Rural areas of Alaska, Colorado, and Texas – far from the most densely populated settlements – were hit hard in early 2021, each with more than 100 cases per day per 100,000 people, according to The New York Times. Yet the tallest cities in Asia and Australia was able to re-introduce coronavirus last year. Although China, when covid-19 was first detected, appropriately conquered the plague of the 1.4 billion people, 60% of them live in cities.
Cities are strong, just as the people who live there are strong.
This does not mean that its quantity is not important for covid-19 transmission, nor does it mean that we understand how the disease spreads. Other studies, including research conducted last July by the JAMA Network Open, are human contact with coronavirus spread. A study published in the PLOS One newspaper in December determined the “greater need,” although they seem to make more difference in the beginning of the spread than in the first.