The global spread of the coronavirus on end of April 2020
From my analysis in recent months, of visual representations of the epidemic and spatial study results, it can be concluded that the position of geography was taken over by physics and network science. As a result I consider the geofusional method to be urgently needed and timely. Use of this methodology could also lead to a new fusion, which connects physicists and geographers that study networks. As this study has made clear, while a new world order began in 2013, it was the COVID-19 pandemic that reinforced the processes which, although present for years, now made their effects felt by people in their daily lives.