. In Rural America, Covid Hits Black and Hispanic People Hardest « JO LEE MAGAZINE

NY TIMES – Black and Hispanic people in rural areas suffered an exceptionally high toll, dying at far higher rates than in cities during that second year of the pandemic. In towns and cities of every size, racial gaps in Covid deaths have narrowed. That has been especially true recently, when major gains in populationwide immunity have tempered the kind of pressure on health systems that appears to hurt nonwhite Americans the most. With coronavirus deaths climbing, though, and health officials bracing for an even deadlier winter.

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