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According to a CDC surveillance report from January 22, 2020 (when the first case was confirmed) through May 30, 2020, African Americans, Native Americans, and Hispanic people are dying at rates much greater than their population share. Among cases with known race and ethnicity, 33% were Hispanic, 22% were Black, and 1.3% were American Indian or Alaska Native. The report notes: “These findings suggest that persons in these groups, who account for 18%, 13%, and 0.7% of the U.S. population, respectively, are disproportionately affected by the COVID-19 pandemic (CNN, 2020).” Recent studies have shown that minority children are also being disproportionately affected.


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