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Covid and Race

Covid and Race

One of the defining characteristics of the pandemic’s early stages was its disproportionate toll on Black and Latino Americans. During Covid’s early months in the U.S., the per capita death rate for Black Americans was almost twice as high as the white rate and more than twice as high as …

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COVID and Discrimination Aggravated Maternal Mortality in Latin America

COVID and Discrimination Aggravated Maternal Mortality in Latin America

Adequate maternal care during pregnancy, childbirth and the postpartum period is essential to curbing the high maternal mortality rates in Latin America, which stopped falling due to women’s health care problems during the COVID pandemic. CREDIT: Government of Tigre / Argentina by Mario Osava (rio de janeiro) Saturday, May 28, 2022 …

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Family of Buffalo supermarket mass shooter blames Covid isolation for the attack

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The family of Payton Gendron, the white supremacist who killed 10 people in a racially-motivated attack at a supermarket in Buffalo, has claimed he was suffering from “paranoia” because of the Covid-19 pandemic.    On Saturday afternoon, May 14,  Payton drove more than three hours from his hometown of Conklin in New York State, to the …

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James Bond and Rush Hour 2 actor Kenneth Tsang dies in Covid quarantine hotel

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Kenneth Tsang  86, has died in a Covid quarantine hotel.   The actor, who starred in huge Hollywood films such James Bond flick Die Another Day (2002) and Rush Hour 2 (2001), went into mandatory quarantine at the Kowloon Hotel after returning from Singapore on Monday, April 25.   It’s claimed Ministry of Health …

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