It is clear that Covid-19 has possessed major setbacks for the SDGs.
The pandemic has reflected the gap in urban research and the need for researchers to take these uncertainties as a guide to chart more sustainable future communities and cities.
As I write this, the world is still confronting one of the biggest public health risks of all time.
As the world is continuing to struggle with the implications of the pandemic and the nations scramble for vaccines, there is enough evidence that Covid-19 has revealed the true progress of urban development.
Have we got it right yet?