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Dec 19, 2020More than 4,200 Hispanics between ages 25 and 64 have died of COVID
in Texas. That works out to 74 deaths per 100,000 people. Meanwhile, more than
1,100 whites in that age group have died, which...
As COVID-19 Hammers Texas, Hispanic Residents Are Dying At The Highest Rate
Texas Latino communities affected by COVID-19 due to pre-existing economic,
health inequities July 30, 2020 02:39 There are numerous reasons for the
disparities, experts say.
Hispanic Residents Bear Brunt of COVID-19 In Texas
Leonor Quiroz's husband, Valentin Quiroz, died of COVID-19 in May. Valentin
died May 23, leaving Leonor with more than $25,000 in out-of-pocket medical and
funeral expenses. "A lot of my Hispanic...
Why has COVID-19 hit Latino communities so hard?
How a professor in Texas tracked the undercounting of COVID-19 cases among
Hispanics, and why the Rio Grande Valley is hard hit. Karma R. Chávez (she/her)
is associate professor and chair in the Department of Mexican American and
Latina/o Studies at the University of Texas at Austin | @queermigrations
How the Covid Pandemic Affected U.S. Hispanics Over the...
by V. Lance Tarrance. Comments on a new report released July 15, 2021 by the
Pew Research Center. A very large study of Hispanics was recently conducted
(March 2021) which showed that Hispanics in the United States have been hit
very hard by the Covid-19 pandemic this past year, particularly with their
biggest hardships being losing jobs and work projects.
Update: Coronavirus Case Rates and Death Rates for Latinos...
Race/ethnicity data is available for 63% of the nation's cases. COVID-19-
associated hospitalizations are also higher among Latinos. States are also
experiencing Latino coronavirus case disparities: Utah is 14% Latino. But they
make up 20.3% of COVID-19 cases on July 5, 2021. Oregon is 13% Latino. But they
make up 23.2% of COVID-19 cases on...
Texas studying COVID-19's uneven impact on communities of...
Houston's 2.3 million residents are 45 percent Hispanic or Latino, 25 percent
white non-Hispanic or Latino, 23 percent Black and 7 percent Asian. (Hispanic
is an ethnicity; therefore, Hispanics can be of any race.) More details about
local COVID-19 data can be found on Harris County Public Health's Harris
County/Houston COVID-19 dashboard.
COVID-19 Kills Latinos At Disproportionate Rates - And The...
COVID-19 has taken the lives of a disproportionate amount of Latinos in Houston
and across Texas. Though Hispanics make up 40% of the statewide population,
they account for 52% of COVID-19 deaths...
North Texas Hispanics Could be at Greatest Risk of Covid...
North Texas Hispanics Could be at Greatest Risk of Covid-19. Thinking Man. Mar
Black and Hispanic Texans are still... - The Texas Tribune
As Texas expands COVID-19 vaccination eligibility, racial disparities persist
among Black, Hispanic residents. White Texans are being vaccinated at nearly
twice the rate of Hispanic Texans and...
Hispanics are being short-changed on Covid-19...
Blacks and Hispanics are being short-changed on Covid-19 vaccines in Florida
HOWEVER they're being "treated", Blacks and Hispanics are NOT making the effort
to GET vaccinated.
MOST Blacks and Hispanics live in urban areas, where there are an ABUNDANCE of
places you can get vaccinated.
Florida's Black, Hispanic Communities Lag Behind In COVID-19 Vaccination Rates,
MIAMI GARDENS, Fla. - Statistics tell the story - people in Black and Hispanic
communities in Florida are getting vaccinated against COVID-19 in less numbers
than their Caucasian counterparts...
Black, Hispanic Floridians Make Up 40% of Florida's Population, Have Only
Received 13% of COVID-19 Vaccinations
Black, Hispanic Floridians make up 40% of Florida's population, have only
received 13% of COVID-19 vaccinations February 10, 2021 at 6:37 pm EST By
Deanna Allbrittin, WFTV.com and Sarah Wilson...
Florida's Black and Hispanic communities need more COVID...
Florida's Black and Hispanic communities need more COVID vaccines | Editorial.
... Florida added 15,978 coronavirus cases, 213 deaths in the past week Jul. 3
COVID-19 Behavioral Health Disparities Black Latino...
Messaging about COVID -19 testing, behavioral health services, and federal
stimulus opportunities must be accurate, culturally understood, and
disseminated through information channels that reach Black and Latino
communities. Black or Latino radio, websites such as BlackDoctor.org, and
trusted media figures are important messengers.
The COVID Racial Data Tracker | The COVID Tracking Project
COVID-19 is affecting Black, Indigenous, Latinx, and other people of color the
most. The COVID Racial Data Tracker is a collaboration between the COVID
Tracking Project and the Boston University Center for Antiracist Research.
Together, we're gathering the most complete and up-to-date race and ethnicity
data on COVID-19 in the United States.
Coronavirus infection by race: What's behind the health...
COVID-19 hospitalization rates among non-Hispanic Black people and Hispanic or
Latino people were both about 4.7 times the rate of non-Hispanic white people.
While there's no evidence that people of color have genetic or other biological
factors that make them more likely to be affected by COVID-19 , they are more
likely to have underlying...
Latest Data on COVID-19 Vaccinations by Race/Ethnicity | KFF
Figure 2 shows the shares of COVID-19 vaccinations, cases, and deaths among
Black, Hispanic, Asian, and White people. The data also show the distribution
of the total population by these groups as...
COVID-19 Deaths by Race/Ethnicity | KFF
The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation Headquarters: 185 Berry St., Suite 2000,
San Francisco, CA 94107 | Phone 650-854-9400 Washington Offices and Barbara
Jordan Conference Center: 1330 G Street...
Why Black And Latino People Still Lag On COVID Vaccines...
Apr 26, 2021In Florida, for instance, Black people represent 16% of residents
but only 8% of those vaccinated. In Illinois, 17% of people who died from
COVID-19 were Black, but only 9% of those vaccinated are.
And if it's NOT the vaccinations...
Hispanics Show 'Less Consistent Adherence' to Social Distancing, Mask-Wearing
Hispanics make up a high percentage of COVID-19 cases, are not wearing masks
and are not socially distancing as much as the rest of the population.
Why Some People of Color Say They Won't Wear Homemade Masks
Blacks And Hispanics May Fear Wearing Masks In Public
HUNTSVILLE, Ala. - Statistics are showing a disproportionate number of African
Americans are getting sick and dying of coronavirus.
Still, some minorities say they don't want to wear masks in public.
People of Color Won't Be Required to Wear Masks
LINCOLN COUNTY, Ore. - People of color are exempt from an Oregon county's mask
mandate over concerns about racial profiling.
So... they can spread Covid-19 because they don't HAVE to wear a mask, JUST to
keep them from being profiled?
Hispanic And Black Children Facing Higher Rates Of COVID-19 Hospitalization:
CNN: CDC Data: Covid-19 Hit Hispanics, Blacks And Those With Underlying
Hispanics and Blacks Are Hardest Hit by COVID-19 in New York City
Why Black And Hispanic Residents Are More Likely To Become Infected By The
Hispanic Americans Being Hit Hard By COVID-19
COVID-19 Is Killing Over Twice As Many Black Americans As Whites
Black individuals are nearly three times as likely to contract COVID-19 and
twice as likely to die from the virus, compared with white individuals,
according to a new report by the National Urban League. Researchers have
struggled to measure with precision the race gaps in COVID-19 because much of
the early data reported by hospitals did not include information about
patients' race - as of early August, Pennsylvania has reported race data for
about half of its cases.
Doctors Worry About COVID's Effects on Hispanics
Hispanic Americans, who make up 18.3% of the country's population, represent
32.7 % of new coronavirus cases nationwide, according to data from the CDC.
Health Concerns From COVID-19 Much Higher Among Hispanics and Blacks Than
About half of Hispanic adults (49%) are very concerned about unknowingly
spreading COVID-19 to others, compared with 38% of black adults and 28% of
white adults. And Hispanics (43%) and blacks (31%) are far more likely than
whites (18%) to be very concerned over getting COVID-19 and needing to be
CDC: Blacks, Hispanics Dying of COVID-19 at Disproportionately High Rates
Black and Hispanic Americans were disproportionately more likely to die of
COVID-19 during the spring and summer months, a new indicator that the corona
virus's toll is falling most heavily on under-served and minority communities.