67: Covid is not a 'racial equity success story'
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The idea that the narrowing gap between Covid-19 deaths among white Americans and Americans of color represents a racial equity success story is being bandied about. Not so fast, says Nathan T. Chomilo, a pediatrician and internist at the University of Minnesota Medical School. This conversation emerged from the First Opinion essay "Covid-19 is an inverse equity story, not a racial equity success story" that was written by Marina Del Rio, Chomilo, and Neil A. Lewis, Jr.
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