Stories tagged: "healthcare"


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Ducey Leads Arizona Into Global COVID Hotspot For Second Time

Arizona has the worst coronavirus diagnosis rate in the country, and health experts believe the state's infection rate is higher than what's reported.

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As Arizona’s Public Agencies See COVID-19 Outbreaks, How Do We Keep Workers Safe?

Three-quarters of American workers cannot work from home during the pandemic, putting them at increased risk of exposure to COVID-19. As the number of cases and deaths continue to rise in Arizona, public agencies across the state are seeing COVID-19 outbreaks within their ranks, from police departments to county health departments. Pima County announced last...

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63% of Latinos Say They Will Get the Coronavirus Vaccine. That Number Needs to Be Higher.

Two separate surveys show that the Latino and Black community are cautious about getting the coronavirus vaccine.

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‘Disruptive and Cruel’: Native Americans Worry as Supreme Court Weighs Repeal of Health Care Act

Officials say "millions" of Native Americans throughout the country could lose healthcare if the Affordable Care Act is repealed.

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Meet the Two Latino Doctors on Biden’s COVID-19 Task Force

The COVID-19 team includes a Latina doctor born in Brazil and a Latino doctor from Texas.

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Pfizer Says COVID-19 Vaccine Will Be ‘Free to All American Citizens’

"It is critical that the COVID-19 vaccine is made available for free to all people in the US, including undocumented immigrants."

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What Latinos Can Expect From a Biden Presidency

The new president has expressed his commitment to ensure equality and provide opportunities for Hispanics. But what does that look like?