COVID-19 Racial Health Disparities Stress Patient Trust Pitfalls By Sara Heath

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New data showed black patients have less trust in COVID-19 mitigation, underscoring decades of racial health disparities and limited patient trust.

” June 02, 2020 – Health disparities related to the novel coronavirus continue to fall along racial lines, with more black Americans saying they know someone who has died from the disease than their white and Hispanic counterparts, according to the latest data from Axios and Ipsos. “

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