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The Pandemic geography. The Differentiation and dynamics of COVID-19 spread in the Poland (March 2020–March 2022)
 
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Instytut Geografii i Przestrzennego Zagospodarowania PAN
Дата публикации: 2022-10-10
 
Studia Politologiczne 2022;65
 
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The aim of this study is to demonstrate the specificity of the spread of recorded SARS-CoV-2 infections in Poland (five recorded waves, March 2020–March 2022). The data used were those of the Ministry of Health (by communes) and the team of M. Rogalski (2022) by poviats. The data was visualized on maps and charts, looking for spatio-temporal regularities. Infections were found to be more frequent in the northern part of the country and in agglomerations, but there were no correlations with population density, industrial employment or commuting, typical for the spread of infectious diseases. The article is a continuation of the author’s earlier research on the so-called first wave of the pandemic in Poland, i.e. the course of its first 100 days (Śleszyński 2020) and 6 months (Śleszyński 2021a), as well as incorporating some of the time-extended results of an expert study done for the Committee on Demographic Sciences of the Polish Academy of Sciences (Śleszyński 2021b).
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