Motorcycles In the United States, black, Latino and Indian populations decimated by the virus

09:05  01 december  2020
09:05  01 december  2020 Source:   ouest-france.fr

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Latinos and Hispanics test positive for the coronavirus at rates higher than would be expected for their share of the population in all but one of the 44 jurisdictions that Like African-Americans, Latinos are over-represented in essential jobs that increase their exposure to the virus , says Fernandez.

The COVID-19 pandemic in the United States is part of the worldwide pandemic of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19). As of December 2020, there were more than 13,500

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American minorities are particularly affected, the fault of their degraded social, economic and health situation. And the post-Thanksgiving promises to be worse.

After- Thanksgiving gives Doctor Anthony Fauci a cold sweat. After a weekend of family celebrations in US , we could see a new outbreak on top of the current surge in coronavirus contaminations, the director of the American Institute of Infectious Diseases (IDSA) has warned.

I want to be clear with the Americans: the situation will worsen in the next few weeks , added the chief medical officer of the United States, Jerome Adams.

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Black and Latino people are also more likely to rely on public transportation, and may need to make more frequent trips to the store because they can't afford And because of factors such as less access to healthy foods and outdoor space, minority populations experience higher rates of chronic diseases.

Covid-19 has only magnified the systemic inequalities that persist in the United States . More than 2 in 1,000 Hispanic and Latino residents have also died of the virus , rates that are substantially higher than those seen in the city's white and Asian populations .

Post-Thanksgiving outbreak?

Several states had already experienced an increase in new infections at the end of May, after the long Memorial Day weekend that honors the American armed forces. We are getting ready to experience this post-Thanksgiving (case) surge, with three, four, ten times more sick across the country than in May, warned Dr Deborah Birx, coordinator of the coronavirus crisis unit. of the White House.

Hospitalizations due to Covid-19 are already experiencing a peak in the country with more than 90,000 people currently hospitalized. The most bereaved country in the world, with more than 268,000 dead, the United States had, Monday, 13.5 million cases.

Insecurity, an aggravating factor

Among the Americans most severely affected are, of course, the staff and residents of retirement homes (101,000 dead), but also black, Hispanic and Indian communities.

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The West Nile virus quickly spread across the United States after the first reported cases in Queens, New York in 1999. The virus is believed to have entered in an infected bird or mosquito, although there is no clear evidence. The disease spread quickly through infected birds.

Virus : Public Health, Commercial and Clinical Laboratories. Nationally, the overall percentage of respiratory specimens testing positive for SARS-CoV-2, the Based on data reported to CDC by public health laboratories and a subset of clinical and commercial laboratories in the United States , 75,643

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), a black American is 2.6 times more likely to be infected than a white; for Latinos and Indians, this risk is 2.8 times higher! The fault is social inequalities (overcrowded housing that hardly facilitates physical distancing, for example) and health (no medical or mutual insurance coverage, for many non-whites).


Much has been learned in terms of prevention and treatment of disease , sums up Lisa Cooper, director of the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Equity. The problem is all these people who do not have access to medicine or who suffer from pathologies that exacerbate Covid , such as diabetes, hypertension, obesity, cardiovascular disorders.

Result: a black, a Latino or an Indian are four times more likely to be hospitalized than a white and to see, after their eventual release, their health and their economic situation to deteriorate even more.

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