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Mitigating COVID-19 Vaccination Disparities in Communities of Color

Due to systemic racism and inequities in health care delivery, mounting data indicates that BIPOC and immigrant communities have been hardest-hit by COVID-19, with heightened risk of both contracting and dying from the virus compared to White Americans.

Though race/ethnicity data is only available for roughly half (53%) of the distributed vaccines, considerable logistical and cultural barriers have been documented in distributing and accessing the vaccine for immigrant communities and communities of color. (Doherty & Kenen, 2021).

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Mitigating COVID-19 Vaccination Disparit
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