Why racial data on coronavirus testing and deaths in needed




Why racial data on coronavirus testing and deaths in needed
Why racial data on coronavirus testing and deaths in needed  

In some communities, the coronavirus pandemic appears to be disproportionately affecting people of color. African Americans have higher rates of the underlying health issues that can lead to death by the virus. Jericka Duncan speaks with health experts about the need to collect data on the race of those who have tested positive or died from coronavirus.

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