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They lost their jobs and insurance in the pandemic. Now they’re slipping through Texas’ health care safety net
4 days Ago

They lost their jobs and insurance in the pandemic. Now they’re slipping through Texas’ health care safety net

Texas Tribune reports on the real-life stories of Texans who are slipping through the state’s health care safety net as a result of the coronavirus. More than one million people in Texas have lost their jobs and, consequently, their health insurance due to the pandemic. Researchers estimate that between 25 million and 43 million people in the […]

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Communities Of Color Being Hit Hard In Connecticut During Coronavirus Pandemic
5 days Ago

Communities Of Color Being Hit Hard In Connecticut During Coronavirus Pandemic

A new report in the CT Mirror details the many challenges and vulnerabilities that communities of color are facing in response to the coronavirus pandemic. As we have written previously, the coronavirus pandemic has taken a disproportionate toll on communities of color throughout the country. Many of these communities are poorer, have more uninsured residents, […]

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As Coronavirus Attacks Communities of Color, Medicaid Expansion Can Help Build Resilience
2 weeks Ago

As Coronavirus Attacks Communities of Color, Medicaid Expansion Can Help Build Resilience

No one in this country should be surprised that COVID-19 is having a disproportionately deadly effect on communities of color in the United States. The coronavirus joins a litany of health inequities that plague low-income communities and people of color, underscoring the vital importance of health care access during pandemics and beyond. However, the virus […]

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