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America puts the vaccine in turbo: but Latinos and blacks are ignored

The corona vaccination campaign in the United States has not yet been well received by black and Latin minorities. About 18 percent of the population is of Latin or Hispanic descent – but only 10.7 percent are vaccinated, Rochelle Walenski, president of the U.S. CDC Health Commission, explained in Washington on Monday.

Blacks and African Americans make up about 12 percent of the population – but so far only 8.4 percent have received at least one vaccine. “We have to do better,” Valensky said at a White House conference.

Released: April 12, 2021, 7:37 pm