Good ones. Building codes will need to change to suit the health department's criteria. DOTs will need to issue new standards for public transit safety, particularly when faced with another pandemic.I don't know
Updated standards in space requirements for architecture-- greater distance requirements, i.e. movie houses one seat apart and redesigned busses. Population density will really be a bigger problem now. It's as if humanity is being forced physically apart.
This bus design will have to be translated to architecture. Disinfection facilities will be required especially for high risk structures like airports and train stations.
Yeah. Same. Schools will be better designed like mini cities so that in case of an outbreak, it can also be used as a quarantine facility. Schools are the first institutions we use during disasters. There's so much to rethink.Good ones. Building codes will need to change to suit the health department's criteria. DOTs will need to issue new standards for public transit safety, particularly when faced with another pandemic.
I also think more washing facilities will be popping up. Perhaps the entryway to every restaurant will now have a sink patrons must use before entering.
The United States operates according to the interests of the wealthy and always has.
oh man, informal settlements are like disease bombs. The weird thing is that many of its residents are asymptomatic--- at least for COVID 19. Go immune system yay!Huge problem we're faced with are over crowded, run down apartment buildings. No one should be living in those conditions to start with. The government must step in and force property owners to fix all issues. We saw too many families harmed simply by trying to live in their homes. If the problems can't be resolved, put up FEMA camps (mobile homes), take the land, rip down the buildings and rebuild properly. Then move these families back in, no raise to rent.
Yes. A change of heart has to come eventually or we will kill ourselves off.