The Covid-19 pandemic within an inner area of Campania: Peripherality, density and virus diffusion in the province of Avellino

Author/s
Matarazzo N.
Year
Language
Italian
Document Type
Review
Source Title
Documenti Geografici
Publisher
Universita degli Studi di Roma Tor Vergata

Description

In Italy the Covid-19 emergency hit some of the territories crossed by the thickest commercial networks and the intense flows of human mobility The paper aims to reason on the factors of territorial vulnerability that may have facilitated the spread of the virus, trying to formulate a first hypothesis about the low density settlement structure has protected the more peripheral communities of the inner areas. Starting from the epidemiological data in an inner province of Campania - that of Avellino - the analysis will try to give a first possible framework of the relationship between the degree of peripherality from the service poles, population density and virus diffusion. © 2020 Universita degli Studi di Roma Tor Vergata. All rights reserved.

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