COVID-19 and Environment: Impacts of a Global Pandemic
Kodera, Sachiko (editor)
Rashed, Essam (editor)
This is a reprint of the MDPI IJERPH Special Issue entitled "COVID-19 and Environment: Impacts of a Global Pandemic". The reprint consists of 17 papers with different topics related to the COVID-19 pandemic and environmental impacts using data from different countries all over the globe.
Keywordsrisk perception; China as an international tourism destination; anticipated emotions; destination attachment; post-pandemic; COVID-19; customer behavior; psychological process; live-streaming shopping apps; stimulus-organism-response framework; Unified Theory of Acceptance and Use of Technology 2; Flow Theory; gender; age; SARS-CoV-2; environmental contamination; air samples; surface samples; bottom trawling; COVID-19 pandemic lockdown; environmental impacts; macrobenthic fauna; tidal channels; central Mediterranean Sea; ethnopharmacology; skin diseases; cosmetics; Lithuania; global environment; solid waste; air quality; transport; airborne; CO2; collective transport; tramway; filtration; infectious diseases; epidemiology; public health; elementary teacher; junior high school teacher; psychological change; physical changes; urban mobility; parking demand; IoT parking sensors; explanatory data analysis; parking policies; vaccinations; pharmacist; KAP; infection control; burnout; COVID-19 pandemic; postnatal care; psychological distress; psychosocial support; health-seeking behavior; appendicitis; surgical care; metrology; data analysis; atmospheric environment; pollution; coronavirus; comorbidity; spatial analysis; logistic regression; ROC curve; freight transport; air freight; sea shipping; road transport; recovery measures; strategies; public trust; perceived societal fairness; mental health; air pollution; PM2.5 concentration; gym sports; spatial econometric model
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Publication date and placeBasel, 2022
Epidemiology & medical statistics