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Months into rollout, barriers hinder vaccine access for Latino and Black Californians

Months into rollout, barriers hinder vaccine access for Latino and Black Californians

As of March 24, nearly 10,000 Latinos under age 65 had died from COVID-19, four times the number of white Californians. In the 35 to 49 age group, 73% who died of COVID-19 are Latino, even though Latinos comprise just 41% of Californians that age.

As of March 24, nearly 10,000 Latinos under age 65 had died from COVID-19, four times the number of white Californians. In the 35 to 49 age group, 73% who died of COVID-19 are Latino, even though Latinos comprise just 41% of Californians that age.

The question of who should be chosen as Vice President-elect Kamala Harris's successor in the Senate has become a battle between Black and Latino Californians, both vying for representation.

Black, Latino Californians given 20% of state's COVID vaccines, but make up 42% of population

COVID-19 vaccine access codes for Black, Latino communities improperly used in affluent L.A. areas. The email with the code was shared among Californians who should’ve had to wait, reports @sherlyholmes ⁩.

Black and Latino Californians vaccinated at far lower rates than others

Black and Latino Californians vaccinated at far lower rates than others

Latino workers, groups blast California officials over Covid-19 vaccine rollout changes. “Latino families are overwhelmed by this pandemic, and the current safety net does not include all Californians,” said state Sen. María Elena Durazo.

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Welcome to #Oscars , based in CA, where 51% of ALL Californians 25 and under is Latino, the least represented group on screen @emergingUS 

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