Riesgo de contagio por COVID-19 en un entorno urbano (Málaga, noviembre del 2020)

  1. Ángel Miramontes Carballada
  2. Rubén Lois González
  3. María Jesús Perles Roselló
  4. Jesús Miranda Páez
Boletín de la Asociación de Geógrafos Españoles

ISSN: 0212-9426 2605-3322

Ano de publicación: 2021

Título do exemplar: La Geografía frente a la COVID-19. Análisis territoriales y perspectivas multidisciplinares

Número: 91

Tipo: Artigo

Outras publicacións en: Boletín de la Asociación de Geógrafos Españoles


The pandemic has revitalized and given a new perspective to territorial approaches to risk sharing, and the importance of the where and when. The spatial and temporal analysis of the contagion by COVID-19 has been an essential key for survival in these unprecedented circumstances, and has set the course for the management of the crisis worldwide. Research in these troubled times has had to respond immediately to the search for explanatory causes of risk distribution. Along with the analysis of the spatial distribution of cases and the presence of patterns and trends, aspects such as the analysis of population flows and movements, clinical, social and epidemiological vulnerability, or the socio-economic repercussions of the crisis have been addressed. The search for correlation between the distribution of contagion and various factors of the natural environment and the human environment have been treated both at the urban micro-scale and on a planetary scale. Never have the relationships between the local and the global been so evident, and the importance of the geographic focus so necessary.