The Impact of COVID-19 on Urban Security: The African Experience Page 27-36

The last few decades have seen an increase in the drive towards denser
neighbourhoods in urban areas. Density is promoted as a positive aspect of urban development due to shorter travel times required for citizens, increased human interaction, ease of service delivery, among others (Lehman, 2019). Density should not be confused with crowding, an experience normally witnessed on the streets of the global north and in underserviced neighbourhoods in the south and has been pointed out as one of the contributors to the spread of the COVID-19 virus…
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