COVID-19 disparities more likely to negatively impact Black and Hispanic men

Research scientist with gloves holding blood sample on glass in laboratory. Biology doctor analyzing plasma dna for medical discovery in pharmaceutical industry. Science equipment on desk

More than two years into the pandemic, multiple analyses of federal, state and local data show that people of color were, and continue to be, disproportionately impacted by COVID-19.

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