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Covid-19 vaccines: A leap of faith and the power of trust among Black and Hispanic communities | First Draft

By Vanessa Chee
July 15, 2021

As of July 6, just over 182 million American adults had received at least one Covid-19 vaccine dose, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention [1]. But vaccine uptake in the US still shows considerable disparities among demographics. Only 39 per cent of Hispanic people [2] have received a dose of Covid-19 vaccine [3]. Among Black people, 34 per cent have received a Covid-19 vaccine [4]. On the other hand, 47 per cent of white people have received a Covid-19 vaccine.

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