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It is evidence that the coronavirus has changed the lives of people and cities. That is why we start here a section in which the mayors of large and small cities explain to us how the design of their future is.
David Lisnard Cannes Mayor
If the global pandemic that we have been experiencing for several months could not be anticipated in its slightest details, the best prepared and most responsive countries or cities have been able to put in place actions to mitigate the health effects. In Cannes, from February 23, I set up a vigilance and anticipation cell in view of the evolution of the epidemic... read more
Maurizio Bevilacqua Mayor of Vaughan, Ontario
If there is perhaps one sentiment that can be universally agreed upon, it is that COVID-19 has changed everyday life in cities and countries around the world. And while daily life may look different, it still goes on. On March 17, 2020, Vaughan became the first city in Ontario, Canada to declare a state of emergency in response to the COVID-19 virus. We have taken a disciplined, responsible and measured approach... read more
Dr. Yousef Al Shawarbeh Amman Mayor
At the beginning of 2020, the World Health Organization (WHO) announced the spread of a new virus from the coronary family called COVID-19 or what also known as the new Corona virus that started from the Chinese city (Wuhan). The Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan was among the first countries to take early precautionary measures to curb the spread of the virus. The government has announced... read more