Racial minorities and people with limited English are nearly seven times more likely to be infected with coronavirus in the United States, according to UD epidemiology researchers who looked at infection case counts in U.S. counties. Dr. Ibraheem Karaye, a postdoctoral researcher, and Jennifer Horney, founding director of the epidemiology program, compared 15 factors of social vulnerability with COVID-19 infection counts from the start of the pandemic in the U.S. until May 12. Learn more about their study on vulnerable communities in this UDaily article.

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