Quotes from the news wire:
The concentration of the economy in bigger, denser, more science-oriented places becomes a real ceiling on effective reopening, metropolitan economic elites are well informed about the risk and may simply refuse to participate in what they may view as a precipitous opening. This is where behavior is going to have a large say, rather than political or policy positions.
In terms of long term growth, most of the trends are oriented toward the biggest, densest cities with the highest education levels, redder places are growing, but there are still structural challenges that they face. The bluer, more urban places are better positioned to participate in the global economy.
Rural areas suffer less in absolute terms but have much lower incomes, so the percentage hit is greater, this is consistent with the intuition in most research on climate impacts -- that poor places are more vulnerable and, while they lose less in absolute terms, they have even less they can afford to lose.