Health Equity and COVID-19: Georgia Mirrors National Disparities
For more than six months, COVID-19 has posed a global health and economic challenge to nations around the globe. Across the United States, ongoing data collection and analysis suggest that African American, Native American, and Latino populations consistently are disproportionately adversely affected by COVID-19, compared to white counterparts.
This brief, the first in a series on health equity and COVID-19 disparities, examines racial COVID-19 disparities occurring in Georgia, explores some of the drivers of these differences, and assesses current practices and opportunities for closing the gap.
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