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COVID-19 Deaths skew younger among minorities

The Wall Street Journal interviewed David Hayes-Bautista, UCLA Fielding School of Public Health professor of health policy and management and LPPI expert, on why mortality findings are skewing younger for many minorities. “Latinos tend to be very, very poorly connected to the formal medical and public-health infrastructure,” Hayes-Bautista said. The story also ran on MSN, and Hayes-Bautista was interviewed

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The Wall Street Journal interviewed David Hayes-Bautista, UCLA Fielding School of Public Health professor of health policy and management and LPPI expert, on why mortality findings are skewing younger for many minorities. “Latinos tend to be very, very poorly connected to the formal medical and public-health infrastructure,” Hayes-Bautista said. The story also ran on MSN, and Hayes-Bautista was interviewed by KCRW-FM for a similar story.

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