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Study: Race, Poverty Tied to Coronavirus Disparities

A separate analysis published this week by the UCLA Latino Policy and Politics Initiative found that in Los Angeles County and New York City, Latino and Black residents were twice as likely to die of COVID-19 compared with white residents.

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A separate analysis published this week by the UCLA Latino Policy and Politics Initiative found that in Los Angeles County and New York City, Latino and Black residents were twice as likely to die of COVID-19 compared with white residents, and that people who use public transport or carpool to work are at risk of exposure to the coronavirus.

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