For generations, people have been drawn to major-city daily life by the irresistible lure of vocation alternatives, cultural riches, and the sheer excitement of rubbing shoulders with hundreds of thousands—even millions—of individuals accomplishing varied and attention-grabbing things.
Then came the COVID-19 pandemic, and out of the blue, all those small flats, public transportation, and crowded general public spaces lost their appeal. Many metropolis dwellers fled their densely populated confines.
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