I saw this on Twitter this morning and it altered my thinking a little.
It raised some questions I thought might be good for you geography students to consider as well.
1/ How might the impacts of the coronavirus differ between an LIC and an HIC?
2/ How could poverty affect the impacts of the virus?
3/ How could ‘preparedness’ and infrastructure affect the impacts of the virus?
4/ Why might it be harder for an LIC than an HIC to manage an effective response to the virus?
5/ Do you think globalisation makes the virus easier or harder to manage?
I am sure there are many other questions that could be asked. But there is no doubt that geographers have a role to play in understanding the effects and responses to the coronavirus pandemic.