Our lives matter – Melbourne public housing residents talk about why COVID-19 hits them hard
AuthorCarrasco Mansilla, S; Faleh, M; Dangol, N
PublisherThe Conversation Media Group
University of Melbourne Author/sCarrasco Mansilla, Sandra
AffiliationArchitecture, Building and Planning
CitationsCarrasco Mansilla, S., Faleh, M. & Dangol, N. (2020). Our lives matter – Melbourne public housing residents talk about why COVID-19 hits them hard. The Conversation Media Group.
Access StatusOpen Access
Open Access URLhttps://theconversation.com/our-lives-matter-melbourne-public-housing-residents-talk-about-why-covid-19-hits-them-hard-142901
The toughest lockdown imposed on residents of public housing in Australia has been lifted, but their COVID-19 ordeal isn’t over – and recovering from their traumatic experience will take time. Recent events have highlighted the inequalities that make residents of the locked-down Melbourne housing towers highly vulnerable in the COVID-19 emergency. Nearly 350 residents have been infected to date.
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