So far, the epicenter of Coronavirus cases has been in predominantly White and Asian countries, perpetuating a dangerous belief that Black people and other people of color are less susceptible to the virus.

 

As we gain more information about COVID-19, multiple studies predict that the United States will have the most cases worldwide. With the way systems in America are built and operate, people of color will likely be the hardest hit demographic in the country. 

 

In today’s episode, Shaun breaks down seven reasons why African Americans are most at risk of contracting the virus, and why the systems in place make this so.

Ep. 202 - Seven reasons why African Americans are at a higher risk of contracting the coronavirus

Feb 05, 2020

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Experts believe that within the next 10 days, the United States -- not China, Italy, or Spain -- will have the most cases of Covid-19 worldwide. On today's episode, Shaun breaks down seven reasons why African Americans are actually at a much higher risk of contracting the coronavirus as it spreads across the country.



So far, the epicenter of Coronavirus cases has been in predominantly White and Asian countries, perpetuating a dangerous belief that Black people and other people of color are less susceptible to the virus.

 

As we gain more information about COVID-19, multiple studies predict that the United States will have the most cases worldwide. With the way systems in America are built and operate, people of color will likely be the hardest hit demographic in the country. 

 

In today’s episode, Shaun breaks down seven reasons why African Americans are most at risk of contracting the virus, and why the systems in place make this so.

Ep. 202 - Seven reasons why African Americans are at a higher risk of contracting the coronavirus
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