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As Many Angelenos Stayed Home, LA County Saw A Spike In Coronavirus Among Latinos. Here’s Why

There has been a spike in COVID-19 infections among LA County Latinos. David Hayes-Bautista projected this kind of spike would happen as those Angelenos who could self-isolate did so, while others — particularly low-wage workers of color and those living in dense housing — could not.

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There has been a spike in COVID-19 infections among LA County Latinos. David Hayes-Bautista projected this kind of spike would happen as those Angelenos who could self-isolate did so, while others — particularly low-wage workers of color and those living in dense housing — could not.

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