COVID-19 Disproportionately Kills Low-Income Americans. Here’s How We Can Prevent it

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“Combined with the COVID-19 pandemic, poverty has proven deadlier than ever before. Between 2.3% and 6% of deaths in the U.S. annually are due to poverty-related complications. Today, our conversations are centered around how COVID-19 may kill millions of Americans if we reopen the economy. That is a very real fear. As of May 4, the U.S. has confirmed over one million cases of COVID-19  and recorded over 65,000 deaths”

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