12 people in the Gaza Strip have tested positive for COVID-19. This number may look miniscule when compared to the shocking figures in China, the US, Spain or Italy. However, in light of the rapid spread of this global pandemic on the one hand, and the ongoing violence and destruction caused by Israel on the other, the conditions in Gaza will lead to a human catastrophe.
|Publikationsdato||21 apr. 2020|
|Udgiver||University College London Post COVID-19 Urban Futures series|
|Status||Udgivet - 21 apr. 2020|
Yacobi, H., Pace, M., Mustafa, Z. A., & Massalha, M. (2020, apr 21). Gaza and the COVID-19 “Crisis”: Breaking the cycle of structural vulnerability first: Part of the UCL Post COVID-19 Urban Futures series. London: University College London Post COVID-19 Urban Futures series. https://blogs.ucl.ac.uk/dpublog/2020/04/21/gaza-and-the-covid-19-crisis-breaking-the-cycle-of-structural-vulnerability-first/