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Coronavirus death rate among Latinos appears low, but experts say the data are thin

The reason why Latinos are among the populations most affected by COVID-19 is likely a result of the health inequalities they face, says LPPI expert Arturo Vargas Bustamante.

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The reason why Latinos are among the populations most affected by COVID-19 is likely a result of the health inequalities they face, says LPPI expert Arturo Vargas Bustamante.

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