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Opinion: Our Research Shows How to Right the Injustices of COVID-19

One of the early stories that emerged from the nation’s first COVID-19 hotspot was on the disproportionate infection and fatality toll that low-income residents and communities of color faced given their role as essential, frontline workers.

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