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Previous epidemic management research proves the importance of city-level information, but also highlights limited expertise in urban data applications during a pandemic outbreak. In this paper, we provide an overview of city-level information, in combination with analytical and operational capacity, that define urban intelligence for supporting response to disease outbreaks. We present five components (movement, facilities, people, information, engagement) that have been previouslydoi:10.2196/18873 pmid:32248145 pmcid:PMC7159057 fatcat:ja3o3clxbrf3xg3lgniya4lrgq