COVID-19 and Black communities
New Orleans requires proof of vaccination or negative PCR test within 72-hrs for anyone 12 and older attending certain facilities and events considered having a higher risk of transmitting COVID-19.
Several Tuskegee Study descendants joined an ad campaign to correct misinformation about the study and encourage Black people to be vaccinated as the Delta variant is on the rise.
The North Delta Area Agency on Aging and the Rev. S.L.A Jones Activity Center partnered with the state to bring the mobile vaccine program to the community.
Black Floridian lawmakers served as the voice of the community in a new report by "60 Minutes," detailing vaccine equity concerns in Florida.
Here are five ways COVID-19 has disproportionately affected Black Americans and how where we were in March 2020 compares to where we are now.
Research psychologists who study the social influences of health and mental health among marginalized groups and help design interventions for COVID-affected communities have offered a four-pronged approach in mounting an effective response.
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