"Throughout history, disease outbreaks have forced new innovations in
urban design: Fighting cholera epidemics in the 1800s, for example,
necessitated the building of new plumbing and sewer systems and the
devising of new zoning laws to prevent overcrowding. As the new
coronavirus lays bare the need for broader changes across our economy,
such as widespread paid sick leave, it might also influence how cities
and buildings are built."
Via Bill Daul.
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Chief Scientist, Xanadu
Partner, Glass Wings
Manager, Serious Cybernetics