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Coronavirus and Migration: Analysis of Human Mobility and the Spread of COVID-19
Coronavirus and Migration: Analysis of Human Mobility and the Spread of COVID-19

Author(s): Ibrahim Sirkeci, M. Murat Yüceşahin
Subject(s): Health and medicine and law, Migration Studies
Published by: Transnational Press London
Keywords: Coronavirus; migration; Analysis of Human Mobility; Spread of COVID-19; covid; mobility; Turkey; Indonesia;
Summary/Abstract: COVID-19 / 2019-nCoV or Coronavirus as commonly known, has probably been as terrifying as the Spanish Flu and Swine Flu (Jilani et al., 2019). We have written this article at a relatively early stage of the pandemic. Therefore, the number of cases and death toll were rising1 but not as shocking as these historic pandemics. However, still reactions, measures, as well as accompanying political discourses vary greatly across the world, while some countries are regionally locked down as was the case in Italy by 21st of February 20202, some others claim there is none or a few cases only as was the case in Turkey and Indonesia by 10th of March 2020.

  • Page Range: 321-334
  • Page Count: 14
  • Publication Year: 2021
  • Language: English