90 percent of all cases of infection with coronavirus occurs in large cities. Such conclusion contains in the report published by the UN on the impact of the pandemic on life in Metropolitan areas.

“Urban areas become epicentres of the pandemic. And it’s not always related to population density. People in cities are vulnerable because of their living conditions, characteristics and movement” – with reference to the source TASS.

address inequalities, support to the most vulnerable categories of citizens, building shelters for the homeless – the priorities to be addressed by city leaders. In this case, the Secretary-General of the UN, increase the chances to build green cities and, thereby, to make the world a better place than before the pandemic.