Dr Tolullah Oni reimagines society after COVID-19

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“We have lost our way with thinking about the purpose of cities,...we need to prioritise public health infrastructure”. In this interview with the International Science Council’s Global Science TV host Nuala Hafner, Oni et al. Principal, Tolullah Oni, explains what that means and how it could help avoid future global health crises.

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