Workplace Exposure to Coronavirus Is Killing Many Latinos

Workplace Exposure to Coronavirus Is Killing Many Latinos

Share on Pinterest Exposure to the coronavirus at work is the reason a disproportionate number of working-age Latinos have died from COVID-19. Hispanolistic/Getty Images A new study finds that a disproportionate number of Latinos have died from COVID-19 due to workplace exposure to the coronavirus when compared with their non-Hispanic white counterparts. The study also found that, for Latinos in the United States, the largest excess COVID-19 case burden was among the working-age population. According to a new study, a disproportionate number of Latinos in the United States have died from COVID-19 due to workplace exposure to the coronavirus compared with their non-Hispanic white counterparts. They found that, for Latinos in the United States, the largest excess COVID-19 case burden was among the working-age population.

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