Improving the understanding of the coronavirus pandemic and its effects on public health will require an examination of history and place, writes health geographer Marynia Kolak. Kolak highlights the US Covid Atlas project at the University of Chicago and notes the value of understanding social determinants of health.
How geography, history can inform study of pandemic
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