The Rate of COVID-19 Infections Among Latinos In LA County Is Steadily Climbing
Starting at the end of April, L.A. County saw a surge in infections among Latinos, according to an LAist analysis of data from the county public health department.
Experts say the spike may be attributed to more testing, but certainly not all of it.
Many Latinos in LA county are essential workers like, grocery store clerks, janitors, construction workers -- Angelenos who cannot work from home.
In some communities of color, including Latinos, families are more likely to live with a number of family members, which can make it hard for someone who got the coronavirus to isolate.
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