These maps show how air pollution and COVID-19 can be a deadly mix October 8, 2020
“In March I was thinking, ‘Oh, this is going to hit Black and Latino communities worse for a bunch of different reasons.’ Access to care, access to quality care, access to good information — all of these things that our communities don’t have,” she said.
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