Emilia-Romagna. Liminal region between the first and second Italy of contagion The paper analyzes the data of Covid-19 in Emilia-Romagna assuming the vision of the «Three Italies» and envisaging it as a liminal region between first and second Italy. The goal is to verify how the territorial fragilities identified for Lombardy – pollution, population density, commuting and the health and welfare system – may have influenced the infection intensity and development. These fragilities will be considered in future regional planning, as virus spread highlighted the need to review the way of inhabiting territories.

(2022). L’Emilia-Romagna, regione liminare tra la prima e la seconda Italia del contagio . Retrieved from http://hdl.handle.net/10446/226809

L’Emilia-Romagna, regione liminare tra la prima e la seconda Italia del contagio

Belotti, Sara;Rodeschini, Marta;
2022

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Emilia-Romagna. Liminal region between the first and second Italy of contagion The paper analyzes the data of Covid-19 in Emilia-Romagna assuming the vision of the «Three Italies» and envisaging it as a liminal region between first and second Italy. The goal is to verify how the territorial fragilities identified for Lombardy – pollution, population density, commuting and the health and welfare system – may have influenced the infection intensity and development. These fragilities will be considered in future regional planning, as virus spread highlighted the need to review the way of inhabiting territories.
Belotti, Sara; Rodeschini, Marta; Astori, Emanuela
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