Category Archives: covid19

Lock-down burden is divided between community lines

The SARS-CoV-2 pandemic has acutely impacted the social systems and populations we have studied for many years. As geographers we are driven to understand these shifts and their spaces. Policy debate on how to deal with the crisis tends to reference deaths, health system management, and economic productivity. Yet the effect on 'quality-of-life' is another immediate...
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Supporting communities vulnerable to Covid-19

The Coronavirus Covid-19 will affect all aspects of society, but some parts of our community are more vulnerable to its impact – among others, the elderly, low income households, and children who rely on free school meals to support their nutrition. Charities and local authorities are now having to respond extremely quickly to a rapidly evolving...
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