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Hispanics who have yet to receive a COVID shot are about twice as likely as non-Hispanic whites or Blacks to say they’d like to get vaccinated as soon as possible, according to a survey released Thursday, "but they just have either not been able to fit it into their schedule, or they have some concerns or questions or they haven’t been able to access it." Read more»
As measures to slow the pandemic decimate jobs and threaten to plunge the economy into a deep recession, young adults are disproportionately affected. Read more»